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ETZEBETH, Eben team
Eben Etzebeth TWT

DHL Stormers fans will be delighted to see this second row giant back in the mix after he missed the entire 2014 Vodacom Super Rugby tournament with a foot injury. In fact, not only did it rob The Faithful of an opportunity to see their favourite lock in action during Super Rugby, but he was only seen in action at DHL Newlands once in 2014 – when the Springboks faced up to the Wallabies in the Castle Rugby Championship. A true physical specimen at 117 kilograms and 2.04 metres, many regard him as the premier No.4 lock in world rugby and his form and fitness will be central to his Super Rugby franchise and, indeed, his country during a jam-packed 2015 rugby year. Away from the field, Eben is a big family man and a big lover of cars!


  • Position: Lock
  • Physical: 2.04m, 117kg
  • Born: 29/10/91, Cape Town, RSA
  • Province: Western Province
  • Provincal Caps: 3
  • Provincal Points: 0
  • Provincal Debut: 2012 v Cheetahs
  • Super Rugby Cap: 21
  • Super Rugby Points: 10 (2t)
  • Super Rugby Debut: 2012 v Hurricanes
  • Test Caps: 23
  • Test Points: 0
  • Test Debut: 2012 v England
  • * all statistics are as of January 2015

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Super Rugby welcomes the Sunwolves

A new era of rugby has risen in Japan with confirmation that its new Super Rugby team will be known as the Sunwolves.

DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA - AUGUST 07: Jean de Villiers with Schalk Burger during the Springboks captains run at Growthpoint Kings Park on August 07, 2015 in Durban, South Africa. (Photo by Steve Haag/Gallo Images)
Du Preez leads; Burger deputy

Fourie du Preez will become the Springboks' 56th Test captain - with Schalk Burger serving as his deputy - when he leads South Africa out in a must-win encounter in Pool B of the Rugby World Cup against Scotland at St James' Park in Newcastle on Saturday.

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - SEPTEMBER 27: Jean de Villiers of South Africa during The Castle Rugby Championship match between South Africa and Australia at DHL Newlands on September 27, 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by Luke Walker/Gallo Images)
Jean’s surgery completed successfully

Jean de Villiers successfully completed the first step on his return to playing rugby when he underwent surgery on his broken jaw in Cape Town on Wednesday.

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