Cricket’s loss is rugby’s gain when it comes to Sanele Nohamba

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Sanele Nohamba was a promising cricketer in school until an injury forced him to switch sporting codes. Through his performances, he has shown huge potential as a future Springbok. Picture: Gallo Images
Sanele Nohamba was a promising cricketer in school until an injury forced him to switch sporting codes. Through his performances, he has shown huge potential as a future Springbok. Picture: Gallo Images

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For a long time, Sanele Nohamba dreamt of being a cricket superstar in the same league as Sachin Tendulkar, AB de Villiers or Temba Bavuma, and taking up his position in front of the stumps or delivering a spin ball was what he fell in love with when he was in school.

He also did very well in the sport and, thanks to his abilities, he received a bursary to complete high school in KwaZulu-Natal.

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