Sharks flyhalf Curwin Bosch believes their new-look backline will step up in the absence of several key players when the Super Rugby Unlocked and the Currie Cup kicks off. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.
Take a look back as Springbok players, current teammates and Makazole Mapimpi himself reflect on the emotions they felt after the Springbok wing scored ‘that’ try in last year’s World Cup final.
The Sharks have confirmed that Springbok World Cup-winning wing Makazole Mapimpi has extended his contract through to 2023.
Check out some of the pictures from yesterday’s Sharks training session with several squad members having resumed restricted non-contact training in Durban.
Former All Black Joe Rokocoko believes Springbok Cheslin Kolbe’s unique all-round qualities make him one of the best wingers in the world at the moment.
Springbok wing Makazole Mapimpi has expressed his gratitude towards the Sharks for allowing him to take up a stint in Japan from September 2020 until April 2021.
Look back at when Springbok and Sharks duo Makazole Mapimpi and Lukhanyo Am combined superbly to assist each other for two quite memorable tries.
Former Bok wing Odwa Ndungane chats to editor Craig Lewis about the hotbed of talent in the Eastern Cape and how young kids have been inspired by the success of World Cup-winning Boks such as Siya Kolisi, Makazole Mapimpi and Lukhanyo Am.
Makazole Mapimpi will forever be known as the player who scored South Africa’s very first try in a World Cup final. The Springbok flyer has a remarkable try-scoring record, with 14 tries in 14 Test matches since making his Springbok debut in June 2018.
Possibly the most unselfish play in the history of the game by Lukhanyo Am resulted in Makazole Mapimpi scoring the most important try of his life.