Cape Town-born utility back Garth April named in Sunwolves' Super Rugby squad
CAIRO – The former Sharks utility back Garth April has been named in the Sunwolves' Super Rugby squad for 2020.
The Japanese franchise on Tuesday named 15 players who have been contracted. The Cape Town-born April plays flyhalf but has been used at fullback and centre.
The 28-year-old April is well-travelled in his home country. Apart from the Sharks, April has also played provincial rugby for Western Province, Boland and Golden Lions.
Last season he played in Japan for the NTT Communications Rugby Football Club which plays in the Top League competition.
#Sunwolves name 15 players for 2020 #SuperRugby season.— Rich Freeman (@FreemanrugbyJPN) November 26, 2019
Former England international Ben Te’o and Georgia hooker Jaba Bregvadze top the list.
Waseda University captain Naoto Saito and Tenri University center Siosaia Fifita also included.#rugbyjp pic.twitter.com/j42S9SfS2T
African News Agency (ANA)