A quick and tough scrumhalf, Abrahams started his career playing for the Griffons at youth level, before moving on to the Currie Cup First Division squad in 2007.
In 2009, he joined the Eastern Province Kings where he has played in both the Vodacom Cup and Currie Cup First Division competitions.
Abrahams is a nippy player around the fringes with strong distribution skills and a good boot out of hand.
Date of Birth: 23/07/1988
Currently contracted to: EP Kings
A talented scrumhalf with express pace and superb vision, Brandon Asher- Wood attended the Western Province Rugby Institute in 2012 and, in the process, recorded the fastest times they've ever had over 10m and 30m.
In 2013, he signed a one year contract with the Springbok Sevens team and at still only 19 years of age, Asher-Wood has a bright future ahead of him.
Date of Birth: 14/06/93
Currently contracted to: SA Sevens
Scrumhalf Jacques Coetzee is, despite still being just 26 years old, a very experienced South African No.9.
A junior star with the Golden Lions, Coetzee made his senior professional debut with the Pumas in 2007. In three years with the Currie Cup side he has established himself as a top quality scrumhalf and highly regarded professional.
Coetzee was a member of the impressive Royal XV side which pushed the 2009 touring British and Irish Lions all the way. In 2010 Coetzee made his Super rugby debut, with the Lions, and gained a number of good reviews for his performances in the Currie Cup competition.
Following the 2010 Currie Cup, Coetzee joined the ambitious Eastern Province Kings for the new season - featuring for them in a number of the Super Rugby pre-season fixtures in early 2011.
In 2012, Coetzee joined Griquas and was quickly drafted into the Cheetahs Super Rugby squad where he put in some outstanding performances for the Bloemfontein-based franchise.
Date of Birth: 22/10/84
Currently contracted to: Griquas
A physical scrumhalf with a brilliant kicking game, Stuart represented Western Province at age-group level from 2007-2009.
As vice-captain Stuart helped UCT reach the final of the 2010 FNB Varsity Cup competition, in an outstanding year for the young playmaker.
He made the move to the Northampton Saints at the end of 2010 where has since made a number of appearances for the premiership team, including coming on as a replacement in an epic 2011 Heineken Cup Final against Leinster.
Date of Birth: 20/12/88
Currently contracted to: London Wasps
One of South Africa’s most naturally talented rugby players, Paul Delport was a age- group star – captaining his country at both Under-19 and Under-21 levels.
An extremely talented No.9, Delport’s speed makes him a lethal weapon around the fringes and has seen him develop into a world-class Sevens players.
The former SACS pupil was an integral part of the IRB World Series winning Springbok Sevens side and was named as the official squad captain ahead of the 2010 campaign as well.
Delport made his professional debut for Western Province in 2004 and has represented both the Lions and the Stormers at Super rugby level already.
Date of Birth: 13/10/84
Currently contracted to: Springbok Sevens
International Honours: SA Under-19 (2003), Springbok Sevens (2003-09), SA Under-21 (2004-05)
Talented scrumhalf Danie Faasen came through the ranks at the Blue Bulls representing them throughout age-group level before making his Currie Cup debut in 2010.
Faasen's great distribution and outstanding kicking game caught the eye of EP Kings Head Coach Alan Solomons, who signed him in 2011.
After a successful couple of years with the Kings, Faasen decided to return to Pretoria in 2013 and was instrumental in helping Tuks retain the FNB Varsity Cup trophy.
Date of Birth: 11/11/89
Currently contracted to: Tuks
Sale Sharks scrumhalf Scott Mathie made a name for himself with the Sharks in South Africa before making the move to England.
Mathie made his professional debut for the Sharks in the Currie Cup back in 2006 and is still highly-rated in South Africa by a number of provincial coaches.
As well as playing in the Currie Cup, Mathie enjoyed a handful of Super Rugby appearances for the Durban-based franchise before making the switch to the Premiership.
A typically strong and determined No. 9, Mathie moved to England with Leeds in 2008, helping them win promotion in his first season at Headingley. Mathie was an ever-present for Niel Back's side in the years to follow, especially in 2010, when he caught the eye of Sale Sharks' Steve Diamond who had no hesitation in recruiting the Leeds star for the 2011 season.
Date of Birth: 01/02/83
Currently contracted to: EP Kings
A strong scrumhalf with great vision, Phibbs spent six years and played 76 games for the Brumbies, and received international honours with Australia's 'A' and Sevens sides.
Phibbs joined Exeter Chiefs from the Brumbies in September 2011.
Date of Birth: 16/10/81
Currently contracted to: Leicester Tigers
A talented scrumhalf with crisp service and a solid kicking game, Shannon Rick represented the Sharks at age-group level from 2007 - 2009 before he joined up with the Sharks Vodacom Cup side in 2010.
A stand-out performer for NMMU in the 2011 Varsity Cup, Rick's ability to snipe around the fringes and take the gap, caught the eye of Griquas who were quick to draft him into their Currie Cup squad.
Date of Birth: 21/10/1988
Height: 178 cm
Weight: 86 kg
Currently contracted to: Border
Young Western Province scrumhalf Liam Slatem made a name for himself while playing for powerhouse club side Hamiltons in the Super A League.
Date of Birth: 12/01/89
Currently contracted to: UCT RFC
International Honours: SA Under-20 (2008)