Terblanche extends Ulster stay

2012-03-06 10:42
Stefan Terblanche (File)
Ulster - Former Springbok fullback Stefan Terblanche has agreed to stay on with Ulster for a further two months.

Terblanche, who was brought in on a three-month contract as cover for the injured Jared Payne, will now be at Ravenhill until the end of April.

The 36-year-old has scored two tries in his nine appearances so far in an Ulster shirt.

Terblanche played in 37 Tests for the Springboks, scoring 19 tries - including a then South African Test record of four tries on debut against Ireland at Bloemfontein in 1998.

Terblanche started his career under the tutelage of Nick Mallett at the Boland Cavaliers (66 caps). He made his debut in 1999 for the Natal Sharks and played for the Ospreys in Wales. Terblanche has moved back to the Sharks for the 2007 Currie Cup season in South Africa.


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