Springbok centre Jan Serfontein powered his way over the tryline for the winning score in Montpellier’s victory over Castres in the Top 14 this weekend.
Following the announcement of the extended 46-man Springbok squad to face the British & Irish Lions, readers had the option of making one change to the squad.
Mark Keohane and Zelim Nel are back in ‘The War Room’, this time plugging speedsters into the Springbok backline that takes on the British & Irish Lions.
Fullback Dillyn Leyds produced a dominant display from the back to guide La Rochelle to a 26-11 victory over Bordeaux in round 20 of the French Top 14 this past weekend.
Following episode two of The War Room, you’ve locked in your preferred wings and now it’s time to name your starting centres.
SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the South African players who featured for their respective clubs in the sixth round of the 2020-21 French Top 14 season.
Springbok scrumhalf Cobus Reinach provided two try assists in Montpellier’s victory over Brive this past weekend, including one for compatriot Jan Serfontein, who also set up a great try himself.
A while back, we asked our followers which Springbok centre – between Rohan Janse van Rensburg, Andre Esterhuizen and Jan Serfontein – they’d most like to see back in the national setup once Test rugby can resume. The Montpellier-based Serfontein took the majority vote in the poll. Look back at highlights from the 27-year-old’s career to date.
Four South Africans have been included in a Vodacom Super Rugby Team of the Decade based on away performances.
Cobus Reinach, Jan Serfontein and Rohan Janse van Rensburg all scored to help the Northampton Saints, Montpellier and Sale Sharks to respective victories in round two of the European Champions Cup.