One of the most successful and respected rugby coaches in South Africa, Dawie Snyman, is on his way to Sri Lanka.
OFM Sport reported on Sunday that Snyman, who coached Western Province and won the Currie Cup five consecutive times from 1982 to 1986, has been named coach of Sri Lanka’s Sevens, 15-man and Under-20 rugby teams. Norman Laker will be Snyman’s assistant coach.
Snyman is currently the head coach of Paul Roos who were beaten 47-15 by Grey College in a FNB Classic Clash in Bloemfontein on Saturday.
Snyman is also a former Springbok Sevens and Lions coach. His first task will be to coach the Sri Lanka Sevens team which will take part in the World Cup qualifying Rugby Sevens in Hong Kong on October 4 and 5.Tweet