Sunfoil Series continues for Warriors
The Warriors kick off 2016 with their 3rd Sunfoil Series match against the Dolphins in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday.
After a loss to the Lions at the end of last year the Warriors will be wanting to consolidate and focus on getting the basics right going into the new year.
Sisanda Magala is currently being treated for a side strain and will miss this match. Ngazibini Sigwili will replace him. Also in is Brad Dolley who returns to the team in place of Jerry Nqolo who is not available due to a family bereavement.
The squad is as follows:
- Colin Ackermann
- Andrew Birch
- Brad Dolley
- Clyde Fortuin
- Aya Gqamane
- Simon Harmer
- Colin Ingram
- Thandolwethu Mnyaka
- Ngazibini Sigwili
- Somila Seyibokwe
- Yaseen Vallie
- Basheer Walters
- David White
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