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Something old, something new for Meyer


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Springboks on 2 Jun 2014 at 09:41
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Heyneke Meyer’s 36-man Springbok squad, named on Saturday night for the upcoming June international season, features 7 uncapped players as well as a fair few old hands from days gone bye.

S’bura Sithole – in a rare piece of positive news for beleaguered Sharks fans – made the final cut as one of theuncapped group, also comprising Damian de Allende, Lood de Jager, Cornall Hendricks, Oupa Mohoje, Marcell van der Merwe and Callie Visagie.

The last-named will likely play a backup role to Bismarck du Plessis and Schalk Brits, with the Saracens hooker earning a recall to the test fray after another brilliant season up North. Schalk Burger and Victor Matfield predictably return after spells in the wilderness, while Mayer has raised eyebrows by including former Bulls Zane Kirchner and Gurthro Steenkamp, along with some more “expected” foreigners in Bakkies Botha, Fourie du Preez, Bryan Habana, Francois Louw and Ruan Pienaar.

Meyer has yet to announce his captain. Meanwhile, it has emerged that de Allende is an injury doubt following Saturday’s brusing derby between the Sharks and the Stormers.

Bok squad:
Willem Alberts (Sharks), Loose forward – 30 Test caps
Bakkies Botha (Toulon, France), Lock – 78
Schalk Brits (Saracens, England), Hooker – 5
Schalk Burger (Western Province), Loose forward – 68
Marcell Coetzee (Sharks), Loose forward – 15
Damian de Allende (Western Province), Centre / Wing – 0
Lodewyk de Jager (FS Cheetahs), Lock – 0
Juan de Jongh (Western Province), Centre – 14
Bismarck du Plessis (Sharks), Hooker – 57
Jannie du Plessis (Sharks), Prop – 51
Fourie du Preez (Suntory, Japan), Scrumhalf – 67
JJ Engelbrecht (Blue Bulls), Centre / Wing – 12
Johan Goosen (FS Cheetahs), Flyhalf – 4
Bryan Habana (Toulon, France), Wing – 95
Cornal Hendricks (FS Cheetahs), Wing – 0
Francois Hougaard (Blue Bulls), Scrumhalf – 27
Zane Kirchner (Leinster, Ireland), Fullback – 28
Siya Kolisi (Western Province), Loose forward – 10
Willie le Roux (FS Cheetahs), Fullback / Wing – 12
Francois Louw (Bath, England), Loose forward – 28
Victor Matfield (Blue Bulls), Lock – 110
Teboho “Oupa” Mohoje (FS Cheetahs), Loose forward – 0
Tendai Mtawarira (Sharks), Prop – 53
Lwazi Mvovo (Sharks), Wing – 7
Coenie Oosthuizen (FS Cheetahs), Prop – 14
Ruan Pienaar (Ulster, Northern Ireland), Scrumhalf – 74
JP Pietersen (Sharks), Wing – 51
Jan Serfontein (Blue Bulls), Centre – 9
S’bura Sithole (Sharks), Wing / Centre – 0
Gurthrö Steenkamp (Toulouse, France), Prop – 49
Frans Steyn (Sharks), Utility back – 53
Morné Steyn (Stade Francais, France), Flyhalf – 54
Flip van der Merwe (Blue Bulls), Lock – 34
Marcel van der Merwe (Blue Bulls), Prop – 0
Duane Vermeulen (Western Province), No 8 – 16
Callie Visagie (Blue Bulls), Hooker – 0



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