Rugby

Bulls to face Cheetahs in Zimbabwe

2015-11-23 20:31
Rudy Paige (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Bulls on Monday announced that they will play the Cheetahs in a pre-season friendly in Zimbabwe on February 6 next year.

The Pretoria franchise also announced their squad ahead of the 2016 Super Rugby season.

The match in Zimbabwe will be preceded by a training camp at Victoria Falls from January 29.

At present, the Bulls are hard at work at their Loftus Versfeld base in preparation for the new season.

They start their 2016 Super Rugby campaign away to the Stormers in Cape Town on February 27.

Bulls squad:

Forwards:

Props: Trevor Nyakane, Pierre Schoeman, Lizo Gqoboka, Dean Greyling, Nqoba Mxoli, Morne Mellett, Marcel van der Merwe, Werner Kruger, Dayan van der Westhuizen, Entienne Swanepoel.

Hookers: Adriaan Strauss, Bandise Maku, Corniel Els, Jaco Visagie, Callie Visagie.

Locks: RG Snyman, Jason Jenkins, Jannes Kirsten, Marvin Orie, Nicholaas Janse van Rensburg, Le Roux Roets, Irne Herbst, Grant Hattingh.

Loose forwards: Lappies Labuschagne, Roelof Smit, Ruan Steenkamp, Deon Stegmann, Freddy Ngoza, Nick de Jager, Arno Botha, Clyde Davids, Hanro Liebenberg.

Backs:

Scrumhalves: Rudy Paige, Ivan van Zyl, Piet van Zyl.

Flyhalves: Tian Schoeman, Francois Brummer, Joshua Stander, Handre Pollard.                                                     

Midfielders: Burger Odendaal, Jan Serfontein, Daniel Kriel, JT Jackson, Dries Swanepoel, JJ Engelbrecht, Jesse Kriel.

Wings: Jamba Ulengo, Jade Stigling, Kafense Mahlo, Travis Ismaiel, Luther Obi, Bjorn Basson.

Fullbacks: Duncan Matthews, Divan Rossouw, Warrick Gelant.

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