- The rugby national team skipper, Siya Kolisi's latest picture is receiving positive reactions on social media
- Kolisi has also shared his remarks after making a debut for the Sharks this past weekend against the Bulls
- On the other hand, the image suggests the bulky player seems to have fallen in love with the KwaZulu-Natal province as his new home
Springboks skipper Siya Kolisi has shared a picture of himself and his family as they spent a weekend out in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.
The new Cell C Sharks player's latest snap has attracted positive reactions from his followers on Instagram.
Kolisi has also expressed delight after getting an opportunity to play for the Durban-based rugby giants against the Blue Bulls on Friday night as they claimed a 45-12 win, saying he felt good and that he was grateful to make his debut, Kolisi told SuperSport TV.
“Body’s good. I’m really happy that I came off with no injuries. I’m grateful that I got the opportunity to play and enjoy myself, and put a smile on my face. So, it was really good, but obviously there is still a lot of hard work to do.
“It’s been really good (in terms of settling in at the Sharks). What I have enjoyed the most is that they just said no pressure. Just play rugby. We want you to be happy and enjoy yourself. And that’s exactly what I’m doing.
“There are a lot of guys who are leaders in the team, and if anybody needs help from me, then I’m there. But the most important thing is to make sure that I’m playing well, and that’s what the guys have told me.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the Rugby World Cup winner's wife Rachel who provided a glimpse into the private life of his husband by taking to social media to praise the star.
In a latest Instagram post, Rachel says she wishes everyone could know how humble Siya is on a personal level, labelling the bulky rugby player as a man with a beautiful heart.
Kolisi recently completed his switch from DHL Stormers and joined Sharks in Durban, a move that has received the backing of former Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer.
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