Robbie Fleck played professional rugby for over 10 years, representing Western Province (50 caps), the Stormers (S14, 49 caps) and South Africa. The former Springbok played 31 tests (10 tries) for his country, including the 1999 World Cup, and was vice-captain of the Springboks in 2001. He was an SA Rugby Player of the Year nominee in 1999.
Robbie finished off his professional career playing for the famous Bath Rugby Club in the UK. In 2005 he returned to Cape Town after a career-ending injury to pursue an interest in business. Robbie is currently the assistant coach at Western Province rugby, Marketing Director at the Sagitta Group and co-founder of Cape Town Tens rugby in South Africa.
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