Sharks captain Lukhanyo Am believes it’s only a matter of time before his team regain their pre-lockdown form and momentum to kickstart their Super Rugby Unlocked campaign.
Springbok and Sharks centre Lukhanyo Am, who recently signed a contract extension with the Durban franchise, chats about his breakout season on loan at the Southern Kings in 2016.
Check out this selection of some of Lukhanyo Am’s best moments in a Sharks and Springbok jersey.
With Vodacom Super Rugby on an enforced break, we take a look back at how the local outside centres have been performing, according to Advanced Rugby stats.
Lukhanyo Am will be available for the Springboks’ end-of-year tour despite fracturing his forearm in the win over the All Blacks in Wellington. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
Warrick Gelant and Dan du Preez will both make a first Test start for the Springboks in Saturday’s clash against Wales in Cardiff. After making a positive impression in his Bok debut off the bench last weekend, Gelant has been rewarded with a starting berth as he replaces Courtnall Skosan on the left wing. ‘Warrick is an elusive runner, he… Read more →
Changes to the backline would boost the Springboks in the short and long term, writes JON CARDINELLI in Cardiff.
Four uncapped players have been included in the 34-man Springbok squad for their end-of-year tour.