Currie Cup

Bolla out in the wilderness

2012-10-11 08:24
Bolla Conradie (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The future of former Springbok scrumhalf Bolla Conradie is uncertain after his contract at Boland was reportedly not renewed.

Conradie, 34, played his 50th match for the Cavaliers last month and according to Bolla-soek-lig-in-sy-rugby-skemerte-20121011">Die Burger, his contract hasn't been renewed.

But despite being out in the rugby wilderness, Conradie is hoping that it's not the end of his rugby career.

"I'm not done with rugby. I'm considering all my options, but there's nothing in the pipeline yet," he said.

He joined Boland in 2010 after playing 79 times for Western Province and 18 Tests for the Springboks.

He made his international debut against Wales in Bloemfontein in 2002, with his last Test coming in 2008 against New Zealand in Wellington.

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