In the first of a series looking at our favourite World Cup memories, DYLAN JACK looks back at Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am’s unselfishness in 2019.
Captain Lukhanyo Am has given insight into the rejuvenation of the Sharks squad under new leadership this season.
Watch how Sharks captain Lukhanyo Am is keeping himself fit during South Africa’s lockdown period.
Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am is coming to terms with the COVID-19 pandemic, the lockdown in South Africa, and training on his own.
Lukhanyo Am will resume his captaincy of the Sharks after an enforced break when they take on the Reds in Brisbane on Saturday.
Jeremy Ward has replaced Lukhanyo Am in the Sharks starting lineup for Saturday’s match against the Rebels in Ballarat.
Coach Sean Everitt has explained how the Sharks’ six-man leadership group will work and described in detail what each of those players’ responsibilities are.
Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am chats about captaining the Sharks in the 2020 Vodacom Super Rugby season.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt has named a fresh-looking 45-man Sharks squad for the 2020 Vodacom Super Rugby season.
Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am has revealed why he opted against scoring and instead set Makazole Mapimpi up for a try in the World Cup final.