Lee-Marvin Mazibuko (born 12 October 1997) is a talented South African rugby union player who currently represents the Western Province in the Currie Cup. His primary position on the field is at prop, where he utilizes his strength and technique to make a significant impact.
Mazibuko's rugby journey with the Western Province began in 2020 when he was named in the squad for the Currie Cup Premier Division match against the Pumas. In that match, he made his debut, showcasing his skills and earning valuable playing time as a late replacement for Frans Malherbe.
As a prop, Mazibuko plays a crucial role in the scrum, providing stability and power to the forward pack. His physical attributes, combined with his technical ability, allow him to hold his ground against formidable opposition and provide a solid foundation for his team.
While Mazibuko's rugby career is still in its early stages, his debut performance demonstrates his potential and the trust placed in him by the Western Province coaching staff. As he continues to develop his skills and gain more experience at the senior level, Mazibuko has the opportunity to establish himself as a reliable and formidable prop in South African rugby.
With his dedication to the sport and commitment to improvement, Mazibuko has the potential to make significant contributions to the Western Province team in the Currie Cup and potentially earn further opportunities in higher-level competitions.
|2020 - present|
|2021 - present|
|South Africa U20's
|2017 - 2017|
|2017 - 2018|