Faf de Klerk was among the Springboks who bid farewell to Sale Sharks as the Premiership and French Top 14 playoffs were confirmed on Saturday and Sunday.
Warren Whiteley says the Sharks can’t wait to unleash the “explosive power” of Rohan Janse van Rensburg back in SA rugby.
Four South Africans are having to pack their bags as part of a mass player clearout at Sale Sharks.
The Sharks have secured the services of Springbok centre Rohan Janse van Rensburg on a three-year deal.
Having secured the signature of Eben Etzebeth for next season, the Sharks are reportedly working on a big transfer coup to lure another Springbok to Durban.
It was a good weekend for the Springbok centres playing overseas, as Andre Esterhuizen, Rohan Janse van Rensburg and Jan Serfontien all scored tries for their respective teams.
Tyrone Green put in a man-of-the-match performance for Harlequins in their remarkable comeback victory over Bristol, while Dan du Preez and Rohan Janse van Rensburg both scored for Sale Sharks in Saturday’s English Premiership semi-finals.
Following episode two of The War Room, you’ve locked in your preferred wings and now it’s time to name your starting centres.
The three Du Preez brothers and captain Jono Ross are the only South Africans who have been included in the Sale Sharks’ match 23 for their clash with the Worcester Warriors on Wednesday.
Rohan Janse van Rensburg combined well with Faf de Klerk to score in Sale Sharks’ victory over Northampton Saints, while compatriot Jean-Luc du Preez was instrumental in the buildup to the English club’s bonus-point try just before half time.