The Sharks are apparently negotiating with Perpignan’s Steve Meyer to help them out in this year’s Super 14. Meyer last played for the Sharks in 2006.
The 25-year-old flyhalf is a product of Kearsney College and represented KZN at age-group and Vodacom Cup level from 2004 on. After a superb Vodacom Cup season in 2006, in which Meyer’s absence for the final proved instrumental in the Wildebeest losing to the Valke, Meyer went on to accumulate two Currie Cup caps.
One of those came in the unfortunate away loss to Griquas, as Dick Muir’s ill-fated “dual squad” system saw its ass. Meyer, along with a host of other young players, was shipped out not long afterwards.
He has since established himself at Perpignan and is apparently playing good rugby. We’ll keep you posted on any developments.Tweet