THERE was good news for Southern Kings rugby yesterday when dynamic young wing Sergeal Petersen returned from injury to take part in a vigorous training session.
Petersen, who injured his hamstring when the Kings played the Waratahs in early May, has been sorely missed.
Officials said the 18-year-old flyer was put through his paces and showed no signs of a recurrence of his injury problem.
Petersen missed the Kings’ past three Super Rugby matches – against the Highlanders, Cheetahs and Stormers.
The Kings players reconvened yesterday after a two-week break because of the international test window and Kings director of rugby Alan Solomons and his head coach, Matt Sexton, have much to ponder as the season enters its final phase.
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