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Jul 09, 2019, 15:33

Blommetjies back at Cheetahs

2019-07-09 10:52
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Cape Town - Fullback Clayton Blommetjies is back in Bloemfontein and will feature for the Free state Cheetahsin this year's Currie Cup.

According to Netwerk24, the Cheetahs have roped in Blommetjies' services after Malcolm Jaer was ruled out for the entire Currie Cup with a groin injury.

The 28-year-old left the Cheetahs for Welsh club Scarlets in 2018, but his two-year contract was ended after only a year by the PRO14 outfit.

In September last year, Scarlets coach Wayne Pivac was not impressed with Blommetjies' fitness and said he would be put on a conditioning programme.

He was earlier this year loaned to English club Leicester Tigers before the Scarlets opted to end his contract.

Blommetjies played for the Cheetahs between 2014 and 2018. Before that, he was on the Bulls' books between 2010 and 2014, having played his junior rugby in the Boland.

Jul 09, 2019, 20:06

Hopeless quota. Pity he didn't stay overseas. 

Jul 12, 2019, 02:13

He had one or two decent runs, the best though was for the airport. 

Jul 12, 2019, 08:47

@ Beeno. We see eye to eye on the occult (deep state) conspiracy to subvert the raadsplan and Sharkbok's lack of grey matter. Fortunately we have Trump, who despite programmed organisms like SB's monotonous parroting of whatever the zeitgeist dictates, is flushing the toilet as he said he would in 2016. Epstein is the most recent turd to turbulently percolate to the top, but watch for several other hi-profile sodomites (tops) and catamites (bottoms) being fingered (pun not intended) soon. However in the Saffa context we are likely to disagree. Winning in rugby is less important than nation building. We need to embrace quotas in every sphere, including cardiology, nuclear science, lift-maintenance, and last but not least, rugby, etcetera, etcetera. It is only when we unite as Africans behind our team that the boks will flourish and be restored to their former glory. This can only be achieved by proper representation. Without it they will exit the wc at the quarters. Mark my words. Best regards from the tavern here in a cloudy Betws-y-Coed.

Jul 12, 2019, 10:23

Ndabaningi - we have seen the quota in business and in sport over the last near on 3 decades.

Where in our society has it proved a success?

How much more time do you think the quota will need to develop into something other than a .. well ... a more polished quota ... which by the way is still a distant 3rd to any merit selection? 

Why should those who rightfully deserve selection on merit, sit out for the incompetence of the quota?

We are exiting international sporting events early with the quota already in place. Additional quotas will merely reduce our chances of qualifying for these events to begin with.  

I can guarantee you an immediate turnaround in sporting and business success, the moment this racist policy is scrapped.     

I'm sorry ... but supporting the quota just isn't logical. It's supporting a rapidly downward moving spiral to oblivion. 



Jul 12, 2019, 13:35

Africa has no glory, expect politicians stealing the tax money. Free Africa from Western oppressors, to replace with a tiny minority that has no interest in anyone else. 


Resistance to the quota is the only thing that has kept South Africa from becoming Zimbabwe, or etc.  SA should be recolonised :D



 
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