Coetzee commits to Sharks for two more years

The Sharks have announced that Springbok loose-forward Marcell Coetzee has re-signed
with the Durban Super Rugby franchise for two more Super Rugby seasons.

Coetzee’s new deal has been structured as such, that during the Currie Cup
season, Marcell will take a sabbatical and play in the Top League in Japan for
two seasons.

Marcell Coetzee said, “I am delighted to extend my contract with the Sharks.
My schooling career was completed in KZN and all of my professional rugby played
to date has been with this province. Kings Park has been my home and I look
forward to contributing to the success of the team for many years to come.”

The Sharks Director of Rugby, Gary Gold added: “Marcell is one of our
most valuable player’s with his physicality, defensive supremacy and ability
to get over the gain line on attack. He has strong leadership qualities and
is always willing to share advice and offer encouragement to his peers. We are
thrilled that he has reaffirmed his commitment to the Sharks.

“He has represented both his province and country with distinction and
we look forward to many more energetic performances from a player who continues
to grow in stature and shine on the rugby stage.”

In recent days the Sharks have signed a number of new recruits in Willie le
Roux, Coenie Oosthuizen, Wandile Mjekevu, Jacques Potgieter, Michael Claassens,
Phillip van der Walt, Joe Pietersen and Dave McDuling and they have also re-signed
a number of other players on long-term contracts including, Andre Esterhuizen
, Patrick Lambie , Cobus Reinach , S’bura Sithole , Etienne Oosthuizen , Stefan
Ungerer , Franco Marais , Stephan Lewies , Jean Deysel , Tendai Mtawarira ,
Kyle Cooper , Tera Mtembu , Lourens Adriaanse , Thomas du Toit , Lwazi Mvovo

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