Hoffmann back in Cape Town

Ex WP scrumhalf, Conrad Hoffmann, is reportedly back in Cape Town looking to take a break from the professional game …

Hoffmann, 25, born in Worcestor, and recently married, is working as a financial advisor in Cape Town and has been linked with Hamilton rugby club, where he would like to spend a year playing amateur rugby as he resets a few personal goals.

The scrumhalf went to school at Paarl Boys’ High School, played Craven Week for WP in 2003, and accumulated 42 caps for the senior side (and 1 for the Stormers) before making a move to the Sharks in 2011.

Hoffmann has 11 Sharks caps to his name, but has struggled to establish himself at his new province in Durban. Listed in the pre-season Sharks Super Rugby squad, this move comes as a bit of s surprise


  1. He was injured last year and now he has to play behind Reinach and McLeod. He would not get much game time.

  2. Forget Hammies, go to Italy and play Six Nations in three years time. Worked for Tobie Botes!

  3. Another example of someone who left to go to the Sharks for more money, only to get stuffed around, as so many have before him. They just do not learn. Its a disease amongst SA rugby players – money, money, money and let the rugby come 2nd.

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