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Pretorius to play Super Rugby for Cheetahs in 2013


Sarel Pretorius being tackled in an Australian Super Rugby derby clash with the Force

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Article Published: Friday 7 September 2012


South African scrum half Sarel Pretorius has revealed that he will stay in Bloemfontein and play Super Rugby for the Cheetahs in 2013.

Pretorius played for the Sydney-based Waratahs in the 2012 Super Rugby season but has returned to South Africa to play Currie Cup rugby for the Cheetahs.

Pretorius started the Super Rugby season as the Waratahs first choice No.9 but as the Waratahs struggled through the season Pretorius found he was in a selection battle with Brendan McKibbin.

The speedy scrumhalf has now revealed on his Twitter account that he will be staying in Bloemfontein and will again play for the Cheetahs.

"Happy to say, I am staying in bloemmies for next years Super Rugby season!" said Pretorius on Twitter.

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