PERSONAL DETAILS
SURNAME de Villiers
HEIGHT 165 cm
WEIGHT 70 Kg
BIRTH DATE 03 June 1957
BIRTH PLACE Paarl
MARITIAL STATUS Married
FAVOURITE FILM Comedies
FAVOURITE MUSIC Rugby Songs, Jazz Music
PRIMARY SCHOOL Klapmuts Primary
TERTIARY EDUCATION Perserverance College and Hewitt College
PLAYER WRITE-UP
Notes as Player:
Playing Position: Scrumhalf Teams: Young Gardens in SARU Competition (1976 - 87) Perseverance Training College (1977 - 78) Griqualand West SARU team 1977-78 SARU Trials in 1978 Boland in SARU Competition (1980 - 87) Captain/Coach of Young Gardens from 1981 Coach at Young Gardens in 1987 - 92 Coached at Athlone Training College in 1993 - 94 : Won Inter college title Coached at Correctional Services in 1995 Tygerberg 1996 - 97 : Finished top Super League B qualified for Super League A Western Province Disa's 1997

Notes As Coach
Level 1 with Western Province 1992 Level 2 with Western Province 1992 Applied for Level 2 course with Welsh Rugby Union in 1994 They invited him to come and do the course. Did so well he was invited back to do Level 3 course.1995 Part of the SARFU Rising Stars programme in 1997

Interests:
Peter, who has over 16 years coaching experience behind him, began his rugby career as a scrumhalf with the Young Gardens club in the South African Rugby Union (SARU) non-racial competition in 1976. From 1977 to 1978 he played for Perseverance College and during this time he was chosen for the Griqualand West SARU team. In 1978 he also attended the SARU National trials. He began coaching at Young Gardens as Captain/Coach in 1981 and continued as Coach after he stopped playing until 1992. From 1993 to 1994 he coached at Athlone Training College where the team won the Inter-College title in both his years as coach. In 1995 he coached the Correctional Services team and in 1996 he moved to the famous Tygerberg club in Parow, Cape Town. Last year, in only his second year at the club, he led Tygerberg to the Super League B title, winning them promotion to the top division, the Super League A. In May 1997 he was also selected as coach of the Western Province Disa's team in the SARFU Presidents shield competition and earlier this year he was appointed Assistant Coach of the Norwich Western Province Vodacom Cup team.

Highlights:
His level 1,2,3 of coaching through Western Province and Wales.

Other_Honours:
Peter, who has over 16 years coaching experience behind him, began his rugby career as a scrumhalf with the Young Gardens club in the South African Rugby Union (SARU) non-racial competition in 1976. From 1977 to 1978 he played for Perseverance College and during this time he was chosen for the Griqualand West SARU team. In 1978 he also attended the SARU National trials. He began coaching at Young Gardens as Captain/Coach in 1981 and continued as Coach after he stopped playing until 1992. From 1993 to 1994 he coached at Athlone Training College where the team won the Inter-College title in both his years as coach. In 1995 he coached the Correctional Services team and in 1996 he moved to the famous Tygerberg club in Parow, Cape Town. In 1997, in only his second year at the club, he led Tygerberg to the Super League B title, winning them promotion to the top division, the Super League A. In May 1997 he was also selected as coach of the Western Province Disa’s team in the SARFU Presidents shield competition and in 1998 he was appointed Assistant Coach of the Norwich Western Province Vodacom Cup team. Pieter coached the South Africa Under 19 team in both 1998 and 1999.

RUGBY CAREER
TRIES 0
CONVERSIONS 0
PENALTIES 0
DROP GOALS 0
TOTAL POINTS 0
 
SQUAD LIST
South Africa Vodacom Tri-Nations - 2009
South Africa British & Irish Lions Tour - 2009
South Africa Vodacom Outgoing Tour - 2008
South Africa Vodacom Incoming Tours - 2008
SA Emerging IRB Nations Cup - 2007
South Africa IRB Under 21 World Championship - 2006
South Africa IRB U21 World Championships - 2005
South Africa IRB U21 World Championships - 2004
Falcons Vodacom Cup - 2004
Falcons RWC Warm-ups - 2003
Falcons ABSA Currie Cup First Div - 2003
Falcons Absa Currie Cup Qualifying Rounds - 2003
Falcons Vodacom Cup - 2003
Falcons Bankfin Currie Cup - 2002

MATCH CENTRE
FIXTURES
     
RESULTS
     
The Castle Lager Rugby Championship
Saturday, July 20 2019
17:05 - South Africa vs Australia
Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg
Saturday, July 27 2019
09:35 - New Zealand vs South Africa
Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Saturday, August 10 2019
00:00 - Argentina vs South Africa
Castle Lager Incoming Series
Saturday, August 17 2019
17:05 - South Africa vs Argentina
Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria
RWC Warm-up game
Friday, September 06 2019
00:00 - Japan vs South Africa
Kumagaya Rugby Stadium, Saitama
Rugby World Cup
Saturday, September 21 2019
11:45 - South Africa vs New Zealand
International Stadium, Yokohama
Saturday, September 28 2019
11:45 - South Africa vs Namibia
City of Toyota Stadium
Friday, October 04 2019
11:45 - South Africa vs Italy
Shizuoka Stadium
Tuesday, October 08 2019
12:15 - South Africa vs Canada
Kobe Misaki Stadium

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