Western Province fighting to keep hold of Senatla

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The Western Province Rugby Union, however, is confident of holding onto the player who’s contract with them is due to expire at the end of October.

WP are reportedly also interested in signing Sevens player Tim Agaba who until recently was at the EP Kings.

The Lions are looking to bolster their ranks with black players specifically after they struggled to field enough players of colour during the Super Rugby season.

Senatla’s Sevens commitments means he hasn’t played an awful lot of rugby for the Stormers over the last few years, but he remains a great talent and still has a national contract with SA Rugby for the next two years leading up to the Commonwealth Games in 2018.

Despite interest from the Lions, Western Province are confident of holding onto Senatla in the long-term.

“We are confident we can keep him. We will announce everything soon, because we can’t say anything if we don’t have pen on paper. But the negotiations are at an advanced stage,” Gert Smal, WPRU Director of Rugby, toldIndependent Media.

“He is still contracted with SA Rugby and the Sevens. It’s up to the Sevens guys to decide how they are going to use him in the future.”

Senatla and fullback Cheslin Kolbe returned to WP’s Bellville training base on Tuesday for injury assessments after winning the bronze medal with the SA Sevens team at the Olympic Games in Rio.

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