James Small to coach at Pirates

2015-11-09 13:25
James Small (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Pirates Rugby Club in Johannesburg have appointed former Springbok wing James Small as assistant coach for next season.

Pirates made the announcement via their official Facebook page on Monday.

Small, who recently assisted Robert du Preez at NWU-Pukke and the Leopards, will replace former Lions scrumhalf Michael Bondesio as backline coach at the club.

Brad Wilken will return to steer the ship as head coach.

Small, who made his Test debut against New Zealand in 1992, played 47 Tests for the Boks before retiring in 1997.

He was a World Cup winner in 1995.

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