Rudolph Jacobs
Rugby Journalist
2 minute read
18 Apr 2020
7:14 am

The farm’s great and all, but Kwagga wants to run on a rugby field again

Rudolph Jacobs

He's yet to find a rugby home again, with the Lions and Sharks both vying for his signature, but the pecan nut-farming Bok flanker is raring to go.

Albertus “Kwagga” Smith. (Photo by Sydney Seshibedi/Gallo Images)

Springbok flanker Kwagga Smith says he can’t wait to return to the field even if it meant in empty stadiums. 5 June is the current return date locked in the back of his mind. “We are looking forward to the day when the games start again. I haven’t played a lot this year – only about six matches – so you can understand why we want to start playing rugby again, that’s what we love,” the 26-year-old told The Citizen. https://twitter.com/TheCitizenSport/status/1251123624804864000 “But that’s the situation we are in and I guess we have to make the best of it.” With...