Kings ring changes for Brumbies

The Kings have made a number of changes for their 3rd game on tour against the Brumbies.

The most notable changes are:

  • Waylon Murray starts at 13, with Ronnie Cooke moving to 11 on Wing. Marcello Sampson returns from injury (bruised heel) on the bench.
  • Nicolas Vergallo starts at 9, with Shaun Venter (bruised ankle against Hurricanes) on the bench
  • Hannes Franklin starts at 2 with Bandise Maku on bench
  • Grant Kemp starts at 3 with Kevin Buys on the bench
  • Rynier Bernado starts at 5 with David Bulbring on the bench
  • Cornel du Preez returns from injury (tight hamstring) and starts at 8, with Jacques Engelbrecht on the bench.

Kings team:

15.          George Whitehead

11.          Ronnie Cooke

13.          Waylon Murray

12.          Andries Strauss (Captain)

14.          Sergeal Petersen

10.          Demetri Catrakilis

9.             Nicolas Vergallo

1.             Schalk Ferreira

2.             Hannes Franklin

3.             Grant Kemp

6.             Devin Oosthuizen

4.             Steven Sykes (Vice Captain)

5.             Rynier Bernardo

7.             Wimpie van der Walt

8.             Cornell du Preez


16.          Bandise Maku

17.          Kevin Buys

18.          David Bulbring

19.          Jacques Engelbrecht

20.          Shaun Venter

21.          Marcello Sampson

22.          Elric van Vuuren

Facebook Comments


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    April 3, 2013 at 3:32 pm

    Welcome back to a starting 15 Waylon.

    All the best and stay injury free.

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    April 3, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    Agreed Craven. Only way I’d like Waylon Murray more is if his last name was Jennings.

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    April 3, 2013 at 5:15 pm

    Murray at best a poor journeyman.

  4. DavidS


    April 3, 2013 at 10:26 pm

    Reply to Americano @ 3:52 pm:


    Shore thung pardner

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    April 4, 2013 at 7:32 am

    Reply to Boertjie @ 5:15 pm:

    Thanks for that, I comment that it is good to see Waylon back after he struggled with injuries last year and your first instinct is to tell me he is not really that good?

    I fail to see the connection.


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