Jake lines up more star recruits

2015-11-30 19:41
Nemani Nadolo (Getty Images)

Cape Town - French Top 14 club Montpellier have reportedly lured star wingers Nemani Nadolo and Joe Tomane.

According to the website, the duo will join the French club after next year’s Super Rugby competition.

Fiji’s Nadolo plays for the Crusaders in Super Rugby, while Wallaby Tomane plays for the Brumbies.

Montpellier are coached by former Springbok mentor Jake White, who has already lured several frontline players to the club.

Players who joined Montpellier for the 2015/16 season:

Jannie Du Plessis (RSA/Sharks), Bismarck Du Plessis (RSA/Sharks), Schalk Van der Merwe (RSA/Lions), Paul Willemse (RSA/Grenoble), Jacques Du Plessis (RSA/Bulls), Wiaan Liebenberg (RSA/Bulls), Pierre Spies (RSA/Bulls), Nic White (AUS/Brumbies), Cameron Wright (RSA/Sharks), Demetri Catrakilis (RSA/Stormers), Julien Malzieu (Clermont), Marvin O'Connor (Bayonne), Seveci Nakailagi (FIJ), Frans Steyn (RSA/Sharks), Jessie Mogg (AUS/Brumbies), Abdelatif Benazzi (manager), Craig Burden (RSA/Toulon), Bees Roux (RSA/Cheetahs), Andrew Smith (AUS/Munster), Jacobie Adriaanse (RSA/Scarlets), CJ Van Der Linde (RSA/Eastern Province Kings)

Read more on:    montpellier  |  top 14  |  jake white  |  nemani nadolo  |  rugby

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