The Vodacom Bulls have confirmed that experienced flyhalf Morne Steyn has signed an extension of his contract which will have him remain at Loftus Versfeld until the end of June 2023.
Steyn, who recently retired from international rugby after amassing 68 Test matches for the Springboks, including the feat of appearing in two British & Irish Lions tours.
The 37-year-old began his professional career at the Bulls in 2003, where he played until 2013. After plying his trade at Stade Français from 2013 until 2020 when he rejoined the Tshwane-based side.
Bulls director of rugby Jake White expressed his delight at Steyn’s contract extension: “We are really pleased that Morne has agreed to extend his time with us at the Bulls.
“Following his international retirement, he has indicated his hunger to contribute and get as much game time in the Bulls jersey as possible. We are also thrilled that we will be utilising his skills as well as his leadership until June 2023.”