For a man who used to run the 100m in 10.68sec Hacjivah Dayimani’s career‚ so far‚ has not gone the places he had hoped. The Golden Lions’ No8‚ however‚ made a storming start to the Currie Cup with a brace of tries in their opener against Griquas last Friday. It was a fitting start to a competition he feels plays to his strengths. "I see this Currie Cup as a competition in which I can improve‚" he said on Tuesday. "The coach spoke to me and said this is the time to show what I have and showcase my talent. I can do better‚ work harder and showcase my skills." This season’s Super Rugby competition did not quite provide the launch pad Dayimani had hoped for. He was in and out of the team. "In Super Rugby I was a bit in a box. I had guys ahead of me like Warren Whiteley‚ Franco Mostert and Cyle Brink‚" he said. "I just tried to show what I can do and show what they can do by being more physical‚ trying to steal like a Malcolm Marx. "I felt I wasn’t playing my game. I feel more confident...

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