Springbok Girls’s Rugby participant Aseza “Blommie” Hele has signed for Harlequins Rugby Membership forward of the 2023/24 Allianz Premiership Girls’s Rugby season.
The membership announcement the 28-year-old unfastened ahead on Friday, 07 July. Hele, who performed each 7’s and 15s, made her check debut for the Springbok Girls in 2018.
In 2019, she walked away with the SA Rugby Girls’s Achiever of the Yr on the My Gamers Awards.
Hele, who represents Boland within the Girls’s Premier Division, is initially from KwaZakhele in Gqeberha and earlier than she made her skilled change to rugby, she represented the Japanese Cape Province in addition to Nelson Mandela College in Netball.
Hele was one of many excellent performers on the Girls’s Rugby World Cup 2022, take a look at her finest moments here.
“As a little bit lady rising up in Kwazakhele, Gqeberha, this can be a dream that appeared unattainable. Turning into a Harlequin, to me implies that the unattainable turned attainable. This is a chance that’s greater than rugby, it makes little women from South Africa not solely dream however now we consider. I’m tremendous stoked to have the ability to play on one of many largest levels. It excites me to start out an journey and discover new issues,” mentioned Hele on the membership’s web site.
She added: “Thanks for making me consider. Thanks for seeing me. I look ahead to taking over this new problem to raised myself and provides my all to the workforce. I can’t wait to expertise the honour and privilege of placing on the Quins jersey.”
Harlequins Girls Head Coach Amy Turner, mentioned: “Aseza was one of many standout performers on the Rugby World Cup and matches effectively with how we need to play the sport.
“She’s an extremely explosive back-row participant with unbelievable work ethic and can deliver physicality and energy to our pack. We’re excited to see how she will develop in the environment and proceed to enhance her recreation.”
Picture 1 Caption: Springbok Girls’s Participant Aseza Hele indicators with Harlequins Rugby Membership forward of the 2023/24 Premiership Girls’s Rugby season. Picture: saffasabroadrugby (Instagram)