From being with the club on loan basis, Loose-forward Junior Pokomela has found a stable home in Stormers.

The 25-year-old who already made valuable contributions in team joined the Cape Town based outfit from the Cheetahs at the beginning of the United Rugby Championship. Stormer announced on Tuesday that the youngster has agreed to stay with the franchise on a three-year deal.

“It is great to know that I am settled here in Cape Town for the next three years for what is an important phase of my career.
“I have really enjoyed the environment here and feel that I have the opportunity to challenge myself and grow further with the players and coaches around me here,” said Pokomela on the announent.

Stormers head Coach John Dobson praised Pokomela for his work ethic saying “he is a driven individual with great leadership potential” and an exciting addition for the club’s future.

“There are few players who work as hard or are as committed to the cause as Junior is. That is the type of player we need here as we look to grow as a team over the next few years, so we are thrilled that he has decided to make Cape Town his home,” Dobson concluded.

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