RG Snyman and Warrick Gelant are among the Springboks who have recovered from injury to start for the Vodacom Bulls against the Reds on Saturday.
Damian Willemse needs more game time at No 10 if he’s going to travel to the World Cup as a potential starting option, writes JON CARDINELLI.
After a serious shoulder injury curtailed Warrick Gelant’s 2018 season, the talented fullback is feeling fit and confident heading into the new year, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Vodacom Bulls have been boosted by the return to fitness of several players a month before they play their opening Vodacom Super Rugby match against the Stormers.
Springbok fullback Warrick Gelant has been ruled out for up to two months due to a shoulder injury.
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Warrick Gelant wants to express himself on the field, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
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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 →
Warrick Gelant looks set to start, but the make-up of the Springbok back row and indeed the approach for the clash against Wales appear less clear, writes JON CARDINELLI in Cardiff.