One of the Vodacom Bulls’ most exciting talents, Elrigh Louw, has expressed his commitment to the side with a contract extension that will see him remain at Loftus Versfeld until 2027.
The Vodacom Bulls are excited to confirm the landmark signing which sees the 22-year-old loose-forward extending his stay in Pretoria by five more years.
Louw is one of the Vodacom Bulls’ most exciting young talents and has proven himself as one of the country’s top talents.
“We cannot stress the importance of reaching this landmark agreement with one of the best talents in South Africa at the moment,” Vodacom Bulls director of rugby, Jake White, said.
“It is not often that, in this competitive era, we see players committing to long-term contracts like Elrigh has done. This is important not only for the Vodacom Bulls, where Elrigh is set to grow and become an integral part of the team, but also for South African rugby.
“We believe that Elrigh is a certain future Springbok, who can go on to play many test matches for the Boks. It is also great to see such talent choosing to remain in South Africa despite being sort after by some of the top clubs globally.”
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