Sharks wing Sbu Nkosi is among the 15 Sharks players called up to the third Springbok alignment camp in Umhlanga from 22-25 April.
Five other uncapped players have been called up including André Esterhuizen, Rob du Preez, Cameron Wright, Thomas du Toit and Akker van der Merwe.
The Springbok management is using the three alignment camps to accelerate preparations for the forthcoming international rugby season.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus says the team’s management is looking forward to linking up with the Durban-based players at the final camp.
‘We managed to work through a lot of technical detail during our first two camps and the various sessions with the Sharks players will be equally intensive.
‘We saw during the other two camps that the players appreciate the technical discussions and the clarification of our approach for the forthcoming international season, starting with Wales in Washington and the home series against England.
‘Similar to the Vanderbijlpark camps, we will also have a couple of the Sharks coaches in attendance over the four days in Umhlanga.’
Sharks players to attend Springbok camp:
Forwards: Tendai Mtawarira (prop), Coenie Oosthuizen (prop), Thomas du Toit (prop), Chiliboy Ralepelle (hooker), Akker van der Merwe (hooker), Jean-Luc du Preez (loose forward), Dan du Preez (loose forward).
Backs: Louis Schreuder (scrumhalf), Cameron Wright (scrumhalf), Robert du Preez (flyhalf), André Esterhuizen (centre), Lukhanyo Am (centre), Lwazi Mvovo (wing), Sbu Nkosi (wing), Curwin Bosch (fullback).
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