Rory Kockott decides his future
NEWS: Castres’ South African-born scrumhalf Rory Kockott has extended his contract with the Top 14 club by a year, meaning he will retire in 2022.
The 34-year-old touched down at Castres in 2011, winning the French league in 2013 and 2018, and was capped 11 times by France after completing three years of residency.
“He will complete his last season in our colours while working towards his coaching badges and contributing to the strategy that the management has put in place,” said Castres president Pierre-Yves Revol.
Kockott previously played for the Sharks and the Lions in South Africa.
✍️ Rory Kockott prolonge son contrat d’une saison et terminera sa carrière au Castres Olympique !
— Castres Olympique (@CastresRugby) March 3, 2021