Rugby

Senatla replaces Ulengo in SA ‘A’ squad

2017-05-26 10:19
Seabelo Senatla (Gallo)

Cape Town - Blitzbok speedster Seabelo Senatla has been drafted into the SA 'A' squad for their two matches against the French Barbarians next month. 

The Stormers wing, who was named World Rugby's Sevens Player of the Year for the 2015/16 season, replaces the Bulls' Springbok wing Jamba Ulengo.

Ulengo, who made his Test debut last year against Wales in Cardiff, will undergo rehabilitation for the next six weeks following advanced patellar tendinosis. 

Senatla will join the 26-man squad when they gather in Durban next month.

The SA 'A' team’s first match against the French Barbarians is on June 16 at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, and a week later, on June 23, the two sides will clash at Orlando Stadium in Soweto.

The SA 'A' squad:

Forwards

Ruan Botha (lock), Sharks
Uzair Cassiem (loose forward), Cheetahs
Chris Cloete (loose forward), Kings
Thomas du Toit (prop), Sharks
Andries Ferreira (lock), Lions
Jason Jenkins (lock), Bulls
Wilco Louw (prop), Stormers
Jean-Luc du Preez (loose forward), Sharks
Franco Marais (hooker), Sharks
Ox Nche (prop), Cheetahs
Sikhumbuzo Notshe (loose forward), Stormers
Andisa Ntsila (loose forward), Kings
Trevor Nyakane (prop), Bulls
Ramone Samuels (hooker), Stormers

Backs

Ruan Combrinck (wing), Lions
Lionel Cronje (flyhalf), Kings
Juan de Jongh (centre), Stormers
Warrick Gelant (fullback), Bulls
Makazole Mapimpi (wing), Kings
Lionel Mapoe (centre), Lions
Dewaldt Duvenage (scrumhalf), Stormers
Seabelo Senatla (wing), Stormers
Francois Venter (centre), Cheetahs
Jano Vermaak (scrumhalf) Stormers
Harold Vorster (centre), Lions
Fred Zeilinga (flyhalf), Cheetahs

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