The Stormers have introduced that Blitzbok speedster Seabelo Senatla has signed a two-year contract extension with Western Province Skilled Rugby (WPPR).
It was confirmed on Tuesday that the fleet-footed wing, who’s the all-time main try-scorer for the Springbok Sevens workforce, dedicated his future to the Stormers and Western Province.
Senatla made his Stormers debut in 2015 and has since amassed 33 Vodacom Tremendous Rugby caps, whereas amassing 38 appearances for Western Province. He has scored a mixed complete of 31 tries in that point, crossing the tryline 9 occasions for the Stormers and 22 occasions within the blue-and-white hoops of WP.
Stormers head coach John Dobson mentioned that having a finisher of Senatla’s class is a weapon any workforce would like to have of their arsenal.
‘Seabelo’s familiarity with the tryline is well-known, each in sevens and 15s, however he brings far more than simply lethal ending talents to our workforce,’ Dobson mentioned.
‘We need to create an atmosphere for Seabelo to achieve his appreciable potential and be a Bok in each sevens and 15s, which there isn’t any doubt he’s able to.
‘He’s a mannequin skilled who works as onerous as anybody and is continually seeking to enhance himself, which is why it’s so thrilling to have him on board with us past the following Rugby World Cup in 2023.’
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