Munster fans who had no idea how good RG Snyman is are left speechless after terrifying new compilation
Irish rugby fans in Munster are losing their minds after the club dropped an incredible edit on World-Cup winning Springbok RG Snyman. The South African is due to start playing for them in August.
The South African lock is considered by many to be one of the best locks in the World.
The Limerick club dropped a highlight reel on their new player called Highlights | Munster Rugby’s New Signing RG Snyman.
The comments under the video show just how excited fans are to see the South African star play for the club.
Some comments from Munster fans under the video…
- Incredible signing. Judging by these highlights you have to say he up there as one of the best second rows in the world!!
- One of the best signings come on the South African duo SUA
- This i have seen him play for south africa and now he coming too munster and myself and Mahoney will be brillant or off the bench for option guys this guys a class player like he brilliant lineal out and stuff ya alright Johann van greann bid the right thing by sign him a he some player ya alright.
- Jesus the lad can dance .. for a big fella he doesnt go out of his way looking for contact … nice.
We’re not surprised why rugby fans are suddenly so excited to see him playing at Munster. This edit certainly does his rugby skills justice. It shows why many consider this to be one of the best signings the club has ever made.
Here is RG Snyman in his terrifying Munster edit.
Springbok Rugby World Cup winners RG Snyman and Damian Allende have landed in Munster and will play in the PRO14 inter-provincials slated for August. The Limerick Leader report that the world-class pair at both now in Munster, having left the Japanese Top League, and are getting accustomed to their new surroundings in a locked-down Ireland.
The Springbok pair are a welcome and timely boost for Munster, who lost the services of flyhalf Tyler Bleyendaall, who was forced to retire from professional rugby earlier this week. Due to a neck injury, the out-half last lined out for the province against Ospreys in November 2019 and has been advised to retire from professional rugby on medical grounds.