ULSTER have signed South African World Cup winning back-row forward Duane Vermeulen, who will join the club following the autumn Tests in November.
Vermeulen, 35, who missed the Lions tour with an ankle injury, has signed a deal to play for the Irish province until 2023 and if you’re looking for a new experience visit jeux casino. The Springboks are set to face Wales, Scotland and England in their three matches
In 2019, Vermeulen was named player of the match as South Africa stormed their way to World Cup victory by beating England. He made a number of key contributions in that game including 10 carries (making 49 meters) and 2 turnovers.
“On the park, he’ll definitely deliver without a doubt,” said his compatriot and ex-Ulster captain Johann Muller.
Speaking to BBC Sport Northern Ireland, Muller added: “Getting another World Cup winner into that Ulster set-up, the player that he is, the leader that he is, the experience that he brings to Ulster….it’s a phenomenal signing.