Chris Rossouw (rugby union born 1976)

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Chris Rossouw is a South African rugby union player, born 14 November 1976 in Bellville (South Africa). He has played for the South Africa national rugby union team and plays as fly half for the Free State Cheetahs (1.87 m and 92 kg). He is the brother of ex-Springbok wing and current backline coach of the Bulls, Pieter Rossouw.

Career

Club

Province

Franchise

Honours

Club

Province

  • Winner of Currie Cup : 2000, 2001 with Western Province

National team

External links

  • (in French) Player profile at lequipe.fr
  • (in French) Statistics at itsrugby.fr
  • (in English) "SA Rugby Player Profile – Chris Rossouw". South African Rugby Union. Retrieved 26 May 2016. 
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