Sharks sign Pumas loosie

2014-11-11 12:28
Renaldo Bothma (Gallo Images)

Durban - The Cell C Sharks have announced the signing of talented loose forward, Renaldo Bothma, who will join them on a two-year Super Rugby contract.

Bothma will return to the Pumas after he has completed his Super Rugby commitments for the Sharks.

Commenting on the signing, Sharks CEO, John Smit said: “We have witnessed Renaldo’s skill and explosiveness during this year’s Currie Cup competition and a player of his calibre will no doubt bolster our Super Rugby squad. We welcome him to Durban and trust that his stay at the Sharks will be a memorable one.”

Bothma added: “I am very excited about joining the Sharks and the prospect of participating in Super Rugby. This experience will certainly be a highlight of my rugby career thus far.”

Both will join the Sharks squad when they assemble for pre-season training on Monday, November 17.

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