Jacques Vermeulen says Exeter Chiefs will “fight like dogs” to secure a playoff berth in the English Premiership.
SARugbymag.co.za wraps all the action involving South African players in England, France and Japan, including a look at Jacques Vermeulen’s man of the match performance in his first game back after a 10-month injury layoff.
Several South Africans were in top form during this past weekend’s Champions Cup quarter-finals, which included man-of-the-match performances from Cheslin Kolbe, Jacques Vermeulen and Michael Rhodes for their respective clubs.
Robert du Preez beat several defenders on his way to a brilliant solo effort against the Exeter Chiefs, while Jacques Vermeulen also crashed his way over the tryline for the visitors, who extended their lead at the top of the English Premiership table this past weekend.
Jacques Vermeulen starred as the Exeter Chiefs recorded a stunning come-from-behind 32-22 bonus-point win over the Sale Sharks in Eccles on Friday.
Jacques Vermeulen scored a try to help the Exeter Chiefs claim a 26-15 victory over Gloucester and climb to the top of the English Premiership table.
SA Rugby magazine highlights the top-performing Saffas Abroad during last weekend’s Champions Cup, Challenge Cup and Japanese Top League fixtures.
Jacques Vermeulen scored as the Exeter Chiefs went through to the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup after a thrilling 31-31 draw with the Glasgow Warriors.
Cobus Reinach, Nizaam Carr and Jacques Vermeulen starred for their respective teams in round seven of the English Premiership this past weekend.
The SA Rugby magazine team rounds up what the rugby community shared on social media this past weekend.