CAPE TOWN – An almost forgotten figure in South African rugby and a lot of unions swayed.
But the Springbok wing has returned to the Cornal Hendricks rugby area. The 30-year-old from Boland, Wellington, signed a contract to play for Bulls in the 2019 Super Rugby competition.
12 Hendricks won five tests in the Craps Test and most recently played in South Africa in 2015.
He then left Cheetah to join Stormers and Western Province in the 2016 season, but was never on the field.
Hendricks received a heart condition that failed to play, and since that time he tried to join Toulon in France and return home with Taurus and the Southern Kings.
However, none of these initiatives, which Hendricks has found to be restricted to invitation tournaments over the past few years, has also established the Cornal Hendricks Foundation.
Still, the former Blitzbok star was determined to return to a 15-person rugby, and now the Bulls gave him a chance.
I After in-depth investigations and tests, it was announced that Hendricks could play again by a leading cardiologist. The player explained that he was fully aware of the risks and potential risks of his diagnoses and possible conditions and / or condition. Another go, tı the Pretoria-based union said on Friday.
Hendricks said, cus As with any rugby player playing this beautiful game, I fully understand the risks that come with BBCo when I enter this contract. I accept such risks.
Im In the last two years I've played a series of invitation tournaments around the world, so I'm eager to be part of a team structure and team, especially known for their good culture and structure.
”The Bulls are definitely a team in an upward curve, so it's quite exciting to join them.“
The Bulls signed Duane Vermeulen earlier this season. Shit Schalk Brits has rumors that they may appear in Loftus Versfeld.
They will complete the appointment of a new head coach just a few months ago after their departure to England by John Mitchell.
While Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus is likely to help the Bulls, Victor Matfield is mentioned as a possible assistant.
Xander Janse van Rensburg, executive director of Hendricks, said: “We've rated it and we're happy to give it a higher chance of playing professional rugby.
Adamı All in all, a great player, a Springbok and a really great team man. We look forward to performing it again. "
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