South African Rugby Women’s flyhalf, Zenay Jordaan, has been elected onto the board of rugby players’ representative body, MyPlayers.
The organisation, which boasts legendary national players, announced new additions on their Twitter page.
The @MyPlayersRugby Board welcomed @PatLambie and @SiviweSoyizwapi in recent months and weeks. South Africa’s players are in safe hands! Faffa Knoetze (Chair), Eugene Henning (CEO), and non-executive directors Pat, @JohnSmit123 Zenay Jordaan, @OupsMo @snymanphilip and Shakes. pic.twitter.com/F19wrtzftj
— MyPlayers (@MyPlayersRugby) July 27, 2020
MyPlayers is an organisation consisting all the professional rugby players in South Africa. Their main objective is to promote and protect players’ collective interests within the rugby industry by representing them on a national and provincial level.
Jordaan joins with a rugby résumé most of her colleagues, both male and female, can only dream of. She has featured in two Women’s Rugby World Cups and three Rugby World Cup Sevens tournaments.
With a career spanning over 13 years and being one of the first women national players to receive a professional contract in 2014, Jordaan’s presence and input will be welcomed by the board.
Photo 1 Caption: South African Rugby Women’s flyhalf, Zenay Jordaan, has been elected onto the rugby players’ representative body, MyPlayers, board. Photo: Planet Rugby