Former All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter will rejoin French Top 14 side Racing 92 until the end of the season as cover for the retired Pat Lambie.
Pat Lambie talks to Carte Blanche about the disappointment and relief he felt after his retirement due to concussion.
Pat Lambie chats to East Coast Radio about his decision to retire from rugby at the age of 28, his future plans and the highlights of his career.
Pat Lambie tells SARugbymag.co.za that he has put his health ahead of his dream to represent the Springboks at the 2019 World Cup. JON CARDINELLI reports.
Memorable moments from Pat Lambie’s career with the Sharks and Springboks.
Racing 92 president Jacky Lorenzetti paid tribute to Pat Lambie, who has retired from rugby due to the effects of an accumulation of concussions.
Pat Lambie is set to announce his retirement from rugby due to the effects of an accumulation of concussions.
Springbok utility back Pat Lambie has been linked to Scottish club Edinburgh ahead of the 2018-19 Pro14 competition.
Pat Lambie has confirmed that he could be ruled out for up to nine months after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury in the European Champions Cup final on Saturday.
The Sharks will play Racing 92 at the Aberdeen Sports Ground in Hong Kong on 3 February. The match will serve as a Super Rugby warm-up for the Durban-based franchise. ‘Racing 92 is an impressive team with quality players. A match against them will be the ideal test that we require at the start of the 2018 Super Rugby tournament,… Read more →