KURT-LEE ARENDSE: MAKING HIS MARK IN SPRINGBOK HISTORY
Kurt-Lee Arendse is a name that’s causing quite a stir in the world of South African rugby. This 27-year-old wing has just matched Bryan Habana’s record as the fastest player to score 10 tries for the Springboks, and he did it in just eight matches! Arendse has been showing the rugby world what South African magic is all about.
KURT-LEE ARENDSE’S RISE TO FAME
The lad first caught our attention when he scored his debut Test try against the All Blacks in 2022. It was a cracker, with the Bokke putting the Kiwis in their place with a 26-10 win in the Rugby Championship opener. And guess who played a big part in that victory? You got it, our man Kurt-Lee Arendse.
ARENDSE AND HABANA: TWO SPRINGBOK GREATS
Arendse’s performance against the Aussies this year is still fresh in our minds. That hat-trick in the Rugby Championship opener was something else, hey? It was a display of pure skill and pace that had tongues wagging across the country.
Suddenly, the name Kurt-Lee Arendse was being mentioned in the same breath as Bryan Habana, one of the greatest wings in Springbok history.
KURT-LEE ARENDSE: THE FUTURE OF BOK RUGBY
Arendse’s incredible form, especially against the All Blacks, has put him in pole position for the No.11 jumper. Everyone’s asking the same question: will Kurt-Lee Arendse go on to break Habana’s record and become Mzansi’s greatest try-scorer of all time? Sourced: Kurt-Lee Arendse: The Bok’s new try scoring sensation! (thesouthafrican.com)