Mihlali Mosi in action for the Cheetahs in a Currie Cup game against the Bulls in Pretoria on February 2, 2022. (Photo by Christiaan Kotze/Gallo Images)
That cops have further increased their loose stocks by signing Mihlali Mosi ahead of the 2022/23 season.
The 26-year-old will join the Bulls from the Cheetahs on a three-year deal.
“We have been keeping a close eye on Mihlali Mosi and have followed his steady and remarkable progress. We are delighted to have recruited him to the Bulls on a three-year contract,” Bulls rugby director Jake White said in a statement.
Mosi played for the Border Bulldogs between 2018 and 2019 before joining the Cheetahs where he was a standout player.
“Mihlali will be of great value to a talented group of loose forwards in our arsenal at the moment with his skills. We’re very excited to see what he brings in the new season and over the next three years,” added White.
Moses’ recording comes on the back the arrival of flanker Phumzile MaqondwanaWinger Sbu Nkosi, suspension Ruan Vermaak and brace Dylan Smith.
The Pretoria franchise also said goodbye to Arno Botha and Madosh Tambwe, who were key figures in their United Rugby Championship campaign last season, as well as Richard Kriel, Raynard Roets, Ruan Delport and Willie Potgieter, who were members of the Currie Cup squad .
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