European professional rugby clubs | DHL Stormers’ Roos first test run

dhl Stormers No.8 Evan Roos could make his Heineken Champions League debut next month, with South Africa manager Jacques Nienaber giving him his first Test against England at Twickenham on Saturday.

He was one of six changes in the Springboks XV starters as the likes of Nienaber tackle Harlequin center Andre Esterhuizen, Montpellier Hérault Rugby scrum-half Cobus Reinach and Leicester Tigers No. 8 Jasper Wiese returned to their clubs.

“With this Test falling outside the international testing window, we knew we had to make changes to the team, but we’re pleased with the depth we’ve built in the wider team over the past few months and it’s paying off for us. This week,” Nienaber said.

“Every player in this squad has played rugby Test and most of them have been given game time at this level thanks to our selection program throughout the season and the partnership with Munster and Bristol. SA ‘A’ competition.

“We will be delighted to see what this group of players will do against a good English team, as they have both talented young players and experienced players who have walked with us over the past few years. It’s been a long road.”

In addition to Roos, the changes included the recall of Cell C Sharks wing Makazole Mapimpi and lock Eben Etzebeth, while the Vodacom Bulls’ Kurt-Lee Arendse replaced the wing.

Roos is one of four dhl Stormers players in XV. The others are fly half Damian Willemse, lock Marvin Orie and strut Frans Malherbe.

Meanwhile, Mapimpi and Etzebeth are joined by three other Cell C sharks, Captain Siya Kolisi, whore Bongi Mbonambi, and prop Ox Nche.


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