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Cornal Hendricks Cornal Hendricks

Cornal Hendricks

Wing

Possessing both pace and power, Hendricks is an explosive winger who has had a superb 2011 s...

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JJ Engelbrecht JJ Engelbrecht

JJ Engelbrecht

Centre, Wing

A product of Grey High School (Port Elizabeth), JJ Engelbrecht is rated as one of the most...

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Hendrik Roodt

Hendrik Roodt Hendrik Roodt

Powerful second row Hendrik Roodt signed for Griquas in 2010 and is continuing to prove himself, again and again, as one of the hard men of South African rugby.

A former Bulls age-group and Vodacom Cup star, Roodt left South Africa in 2009 - taking up a contract with the Waratahs in Australia.

He made his Super Rugby debut with the 'Tahs against the Stormers in Cape Town before, following the conclusion of the 2010 Super 14, moving back to South Africa. Roodt joined Griquas ahead of the 2010 Currie Cup and immediately made an impact.

A serious injury brought an early end to his CC season but his performances were enough to secure him a spot in the Cheetahs' 2011 Super 15 squad.

After some outstanding performances in the 2011 Super Rugby competition, Roodt was quickly picked up by the Lions for their Super Rugby campaign in 2012.

Date of birth: 06/11/87
Position: Lock
Height: 1.98m
Weight: 121kg
Currently Contracted to: Grenoble
International Honours: Emerging Springboks (2008)

News: 'Tahs to Griquas: No regrets for Roodt

Rugby Career

2013: Lions (Lions Challenge), Lions (Vodacom Cup)
2012: Lions (Super Rugby), Lions (Currie Cup), Lions (Vodacom Cup)
2011: Cheetahs (Super Rugby), Griquas (Currie Cup), Griquas (Vodacom Cup)
2010: Griquas (Currie Cup Premier Division), Waratahs (Super 14)
2009: Waratahs (Super 14)
2008: Blue Bulls (Under-21), Emerging South Africa (IRB Nations Cup), Blue Bulls (Vodacom Cup)
2007: Blue Bulls (Under-21), Blue Bulls (Currie Cup Premier Division), Blue Bulls (Vodacom Cup)
2006: Blue Bulls (Vodacom Cup), Blue Bulls (Under-21)
2005: Leopards (Under-18 Coca Cola), SA Schools (SA Schools)
2004: Leopards (Under-18 Coca-Cola)