Experienced flyhalf Conrad Barnard has enjoyed an impressive professional career to date and is currently part of, newly promoted Top 14 side, Agen's squad.
Although he was born in Port Elizabeth, Barnard made a name for himself as a top flight player with Free State, Griquas and the Sharks.
The former Cheetahs pivot started his career in 1998, in the Free State U21 side, and enjoyed five strong seasons with the Union before he eventually made his move. Joining the Sharks, Barnard got his first taste of Super rugby in 2005.
In 2006 the points machine traded Durban for Kimberley and join Griquas - establishing himself as a key member of Dawie Theron's team over the course of three seasons.
Having once again tasted Super rugby with the Cheetahs in 2008 Barnard decided the time was right for him to make the move overseas. Then 29, Barnard joined Toulon in 2009 before, in March of 2010, he signed for Agen.
Date of Birth: 27/07/79
Position: Flyhalf, Fullback
Currently contracted to: Agen
Flyhalf Wesley Dunlop is a very highly rated playmaker of whom much is expected in the future. Currently the captain of University of Pretoria's Varsity Cup side, Dunlop led his previous team, College Rovers, to Club Champs glory in 2010.
Schooled at Grey High School, Dunlop started his career in the Eastern Cape, playing for his regional Under-19 side and representing Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.
Dunlop, known as an attacking No.10 who enjoys a running game, moved to Durban in 2007. Enrolled at the Sharks Academy, he gained experienced in both the Under- 21 and Sharks XV sides.
In 2010 Dunlop enjoyed a fantastic season with the College Rovers, culminating in the club winning their first ever Club Nationals trophy.
Dunlop currently represents TUKS and will be a key player for them in the 2011 Varsity Cup competition. A natural leader, the playmaker has been handed the captaincy for the upcoming tournament and is expected to lead the way for this new exciting TUKS outfit.
Date of Birth: 12/05/87
Currently contracted to: EP Kings
In 2008 Francis was named the Vodacom Cup player of the year, and the following year he was part of the hugely successful Blue Bulls squad that won both the Super 14 and Currie Cup trophies that year.
Francis joined the Golden Lions in 2009 after his successful stint with the Blue Bulls, and although he was ruled out of the Super 14 in 2010 due to injury, he played exceptionally well in the 2010 ABSA Currie Cup.
Francis is relatively tall for a flyhalf, but has a big boot and sound goal- kicking abilities. Although he may be just 24 years of age, Francis plays with a maturity beyond his years.
Date of Birth: 02/01/1987
Currently contracted to: Cheetahs
Johan Goosen is one of the brightest young flyhalf talents in South Africa and represented the country at the IRB Junior World Championship in 2011, a year after he finished school at the famous Grey College in Bloemfontein.
Injury saw him miss out on the tournament in 2012, but at that stage he was already on the Springbok radar, following a number of stirring appearances for the Cheetahs in Vodacom Super Rugby and he made his senior Springbok debut in The Castle Rugby Championship later that year.
The Springbok prodigy has a massive boot, isn't scared to attack the gain line and has superb anticipation – the perfect combination for a flyhalf.
Date of Birth: 27/07/1992
Currently contracted to: Cheetahs
Graaff began his career with TUT in the 2010 FNB Varsity Cup and has excelled for the University side over the last three years.
Graaff's performances in the Varsity Cup competition caught the eye of the Griffons in 2012 and after a superb season in the Currie Cup First Division, he was named Currie Cup First Division Player of the Year for 2012.
A big running flyhalf with outstanding skills and an accurate boot, Graaff has also received a lot of praise from SA Sevens coach Paul Treu.
At still only 23-years-of-age, Graaff has a bright future ahead of him.
Date of Birth: 10/09/1989
Currently contracted to: Griffons
Young flyhalf Len Olivier started his career in Pretoria before, in 2007, he moved to the Valke.
A talented playmaker, Olivier represented the Bulls at age-group level, proving himself to be a great talent, but then moved out of the Bull ring in search of regular first team action.
Two strong seasons at the Valke then saw Olivier attract the attention of the Sharks. In 2009 he joined John Plumtree's squad and played both Currie Cup and Vodacom Cup rugby for the Durban-based region.
Olivier then moved to Montauban, in France, but had his time there cut short due to financial issues at the club. Dropped two divisions and forced into a player exodus, Olivier's Montauban deal was cut short. July 1st 2011 will however see Olivier return to France in order to take up a place in the Oyonnax squad. The former Valke No.10 is expected to prove a great bit of business for the ambitious French side and, by joining Oyonnax, Olivier will be teaming up with another World Artists export, prop forward Jan Volschenk.
In 2012, Olivier signed a two year deal with French club Colomiers.
Date of Birth: 19/01/86
Currently contracted to: Colomiers
One of South Africa's most reliable playmakers, Jacque-Louis Potgieter was a key part of the successful Free State Cheetahs side which made it all the way to the 2009 Currie Cup final.
Born and raised in Pretoria, Potgieter began his career at the Bulls before moving across to Bloemfontein and establishing himself in Naka Drotske's side.
His fantastic performances for the Cheetahs prompted the Bulls to resign him ahead of the 2010 Super 14.
Comfortable playing at flyhalf, centre or fullback, Potgieter's versatility has made him a fantastic asset to any squad. Coupling that with a reliable kicking boot and a great calmness under pressure, he was unlucky to miss out on a spot on the Springboks 2009 end of year tour.
After a frustrating 2010 at the Bulls the Sharks pounced to sign Potgieter - moving him to Durban ahead of the new Super Rugby season. Highly rated by coach John Plumtree, Potgieter is expected to play a big role for the Sharks in 2011.
Date of Birth: 24 April 1984
Currently contracted to: Bayonne
A superb running flyhalf with great goal-kicking abilities, Jonetani Ralulu featured for the Air Pacific Fiji Warriors in the IRB Pacific Rugby Cup. He held the record as the youngest player to feature in a Colonial Cup final when he finished on the winning side with the Stallions in 2007.
Ralulu made his debut for Fiji in 2008 against Samoa in the Pacific Nations Cup. He then was named in the sides 2012 end of year tour campaign. Ralulu took part in three out of the four matches, playing against Gloucester, Ireland and Georgia only missing the test against England.
Date of Birth: 30/09/1986
Currently contracted to: Baravi Nadroga
A talented flyhalf with an abundance of pace and superb vision, Van Wyk possesses all the attributes of a modern-day, attacking flyhalf.
Van Wyk began his career at Western Province and represented them throughout age- group level. After a short stint with Griquas, he moved to the Pumas where his game-breaking ability and all-round decision making, have made him indispensable to the team.
Date of Birth: 08/01/1988
Currently contracted to: Pumas
Watts began his career at Maties where he won the National Club player of the year in 2007.
A talented flyhalf who boasts an all-round skill set, Watts has spent most of his career at Boland and was instrumental in Boland's Currie Cup First Division win in 2011. That year he was also included in the Stormers squad for their Super Rugby campaign.
Watts has matured into a fine flyhalf, and his great vision and exceptional kicking, enables him to control a game with ease.
Date of Birth: 24/09/85
Currently contracted to: Cheetahs
Dumond started his career playing for Natal Sharks in youth competitions and had short spells with the Leopards and Western Province during the 2004 Vodacom Cup.
He then moved to Europe where he played rugby for Overmach Parma in Italy in 2004-05; then moved to France for spells at Aurillac in 2005–06 and Racing Métro 92 in 2006–07, where he gained invaluable experience.
In 2008, Dumond returned to the Sharks and was an integral member of their 2009 and 2010 Super 14 campaigns.
In 2010, the talented flyhalf joined the Eastern Province Kings on loan during their title-winning 2010 Currie Cup First Division season, finishing as their top points scorer.
Dumond continues to ply his trade at the Eastern Cape franchise where his experience and accurate kicking boot make him a valuable asset.
Date of Birth: 20/08/1982
Currently contracted to: Unattached