Two Namibians are on trial at the Boland Cavaliers, at their training camp at Worcester.
Rugby 365 reports that they are 24-year-old World Cup centre Luwayne Kotzee and 19-year-old Anthony Jevu, also a centre.
Kotzee is a strong-running midfielder, while Jevu was spotted recently at the annual tournament for fish factories at the West Coast.
Kotzee and Jevu should know by December 18 if they are going to stay part of the Cavaliers. That is when the squad breaks for the Christmas holidays.
Meanwhile, the Boland Rugby Union has confirmed three new signings.
They are Western Province locks Rito Hlungwani and Nico du Plessis, and former Eastern Province Elephants wing Luvo Sogidashe.
Sogidashe also turned out for the Falcons while he was studying in Pretoria.
Boland CEO Piet Bergh also confirmed that the Cavaliers will face the Stormers in a warm-up match on January 31.Tweet