Evan Roos rugby player
Evan Roos rugby player

Evan Roos

21st Jan 2000 1.91m/108kg No. 8

Evan Roos (born 21 January 2000) is a talented South African rugby union player who currently represents Western Province in the Currie Cup and the Stormers in the United Rugby Championship. His versatility allows him to play as a flanker, eighth man, or lock, showcasing his adaptability and skill set across multiple positions.

Roos's rugby journey began with his selection for the South Africa Schools squad in 2018. He made a significant impact, earning three appearances in the 2018 Under-19 International Series and even scoring a try against France. This early success at the schoolboy level showcased his potential and set the stage for his future accomplishments.

In August 2019, Roos made his Currie Cup debut for the Sharks, coming on as a replacement in a match against the Free State Cheetahs. This marked the beginning of his senior rugby career, where he continued to develop his skills and make valuable contributions on the field.

His talent and dedication earned him a call-up to the Springbok squad, and on 9 July 2022, Roos made his Springbok debut against Wales. Starting in the number 8 jersey, he showcased his abilities at the international level, adding to his growing rugby resume. He proudly holds the distinction of being Springbok #924.

Roos's accomplishments extend beyond the national team and include his impressive performances at the schoolboy and provincial levels. Prior to his time with the Sharks, he was a standout player for Paarl Boys High, where he represented SA Schools in 2018.

In 2020, Roos joined the Stormers and Western Province on loan from the Sharks, signaling a return to his hometown of Cape Town. The move allowed him to further develop his game and contribute to the success of the team.

Recognizing his potential and contributions, Roos signed a three-year contract with the Stormers and Western Province in 2021, solidifying his commitment to the franchise. In September 2021, he further extended his contract, ensuring his presence and impact until 2025.

With his versatility, skill, and early success at both the domestic and international levels, Roos has a promising future ahead of him. As he continues to grow and mature as a player, he has the potential to become a key figure in South African rugby and contribute to the success of his teams at both the provincial and national levels.



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No. 8
2021 - present
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No. 8
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No. 8
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Blindside Flanker
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