Rugby

Lions ready for warm-up clashes

2016-02-04 12:35
Warren Whiteley (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Lions have named a squad of players for two warm-up games at the Barnard Stadium in Kempton Park on Saturday.

The Lions will play two warm-up games against the Valke and Leopards, with the kick-off times scheduled for 14:30 (v Valke) and 16:15 (v Leopards).

Team 1 will be led by Warren Whiteley, while Jaco Kriel will captain Team 2.

A group of 45 players will travel to the Barnard Stadium.

Three players - Harold Vorster, Derick Minnie and Lionel Mapoe - were not considered because of injuries.

Lions squad:

Ruan Ackermann, JW Bell, Fabian Booysen, Marnitz Boshoff, Cyle Brink, Andries Coetzee, Robbie Coetzee, Ruan Combrinck, Ross Cronje, Ashlon Davids, Faf de Klerk, Bobby de Wee, Stephan De Witt, Ruan Dreyer, Lourens Erasmus, Andries Ferreira, Corne Fourie, Stokkies Hanekom, Rohan Janse van Rensburg, Elton Jantjies, Jaco Kriel, Robert Kruger, Ruan Lerm, MB Lusaseni, Kock Marx, Malcolm Marx, Sampie Mastriet, Howard Mnisi, Franco Mostert, Martin Muller, Jacques Nel, Julian Redelinghuys, Cameron Rooi, Jarryd Sage, Pieter Scholtz, Courtnall Skosan, Dillon Smit, Dylan Smith, Warwick Tecklenberg, Armand van der Merwe, Gerdus van der Walt, Jaco van der Walt, Jacques van Rooyen, Anthony Volmink, Warren Whiteley

 

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