Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am says he is adjusting well to life as captain of the Sharks. The 26-year-old was named skipper at the start of the season and has led the team to two impressive victories on the trot.
The people of Zwelitsha just outside of King Williamstown in the Eastern Cape will on Saturday be celebrating one of their own with a homecoming party for Lukhanyo Am.
Lukhanyo Am – the Springbok’s outside center, didn’t come up through the traditional rugby ranks. That however did not stop him from achieving his goal, to wear the green and gold.
South Africa ramped up the physicality to crush an Italy side reduced to 14 men for most of the second half 49-3 on Friday, moving above the Italians and New Zealand to the top of Rugby World Cup Pool B in the process.
Sharks Captain Louis Schreuder is looking forward to their trip to Australia this week. The Durbanites slipped into the Super Rugby quarterfinals thanks to a last gasp try by Lukhanyo Am in front of a bewildered Stormers crowd last weekend. Rob du Preez’s side touched down in Canberra this week ahead of their showdown with […]