Ruan Pienaar Signs Off On Ulster Career With PRO12 Award
What a bloody try this was.
Ruan Pienaar has capped off his Ulster career by scooping the Guinness PRo12 try of the year award for his unbelievable effort against the Glasgow Warriors. Pienaar both started and finished the incredible team effort.
The South African scrumhalf has been forced to leave the northern province after seven seasons due to the IRFU’s succession policy, playing his last game against Leinster at Ravenhill yesterday evening.
The Springbok veteran will join French side Montpellier next season, but can bow out of the PRO12 with his head held high after another inspirational season.
— PRO12RUGBY (@PRO12rugby) May 7, 2017
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