On the 23rd of June 2009, the Emerging Springboks piled the pressure on the British and Irish Lions, after the tourist lost the opening test to the Springboks, as they picked up 13 all draw.
He went on to earn 82 caps for Leinster and scored 2 tries in their victorious Pro 12 final in 2014 before signing for Dragons ahead of the 2017/18 Pro14 season.
He left the Sharks in 2011 and joined French side Agen for one season, before returning to South Africa with the Griquas.
Vulindlu got another crack at Super Rugby in 2016 with the Southern Kings and was part of the first Kings side that featured in the PRO14.
Van Rensburg played the British and Irish Lions twice on the Tour, the other appearance for the Highveld XV.
After the tour, he continued his career with the Lions Super Rugby and Currie Cup sides until a persistent leg injury led to him missing the 2014 Currie Cup and eventually his retirement.
Van Rensburg made over 50 appearances for the Lions in Super Rugby.
12. Morgan Newman
Newman went on to represent Western Province 60 times in the Currie Cup before moving to the Cheetahs, in 2011, for a short spell before joining the EP Kings for a six-month spell later in that year.
Newman went on to play club rugby in the Western Cape has since opened up his own gym in the Cape and appears on a radio station in Cape Town.
11. Bjorn Basson
In 2017 he left the Bulls and joined the Stormers for the 2017 Super Rugby season and has made over 90 appearances in the competition.
He spent one season with the Stormers before joining the Griquas later the year.
Rose represented the Griquas in the 2011 Currie Cup before he moved back to the Western Cape where he played club rugby.
In 2013 he was called into the Springbok squad and made his Test debut against Italy.
A move to France saw him join Toulouse where he spent two seasons before returning to South Africa to join the Stormers.
Vermaak has 3 Test caps to his name and played for the South Africa A side against the French Barbarians in 2017.
Potgieter made his Test debut against Ireland in 2009, a few months after leading the Emerging Springboks to an exciting 13-13 draw against the British & Irish Lions. Potgieter was part of the Bulls team that won back-to-back Super Rugby titles in 2009 and 2010.
He left the Bulls after the 2014 Super Rugby season and joined Japanese side Jubilo where he spent 3 years.
In 2016, the 8 test cap Springbok joined English side Worcester Warriors and announced his retirement at the end of the 2018/19 season.
Deysel earned 4 Springbok Test caps and made over 150 appearances for the Sharks before he joined Pro12 side Munster.
He helped Munster to a Champions Cup semi-finalf and a Pro12 Final before signing a deal to join Ulster for the 2017/18 season.
He unfortunately not able to make his debut in the match. Sykes spent a large portion of his career with the Sharks before joining Leinster in 2011 for a short stint.
He returned to the Shark in 2012 before joining the Southern Kings where he stayed until the end of the 2016 Super Rugby season when he left the side to join Pro D2 club Oyonnax, who he continues to represent.
Steenkamp moved around Super Rugby clubs as he represented the Bulls, Sharks, Cheetahs and Western Force before joining Top 14 side Brive in 2016.
Steenkamp was released from Brive at the end of the 2016/17 season and no longer plays top flight rugby.
3. Werner Kruger
Kruger made over 116 Super Rugby appearances for the Bulls and earned his test debut against Australia in 2011.
He made 3 other appearances for the Springboks before signing for Scarlets in 2016 and helped the side to victory in the 2016/17 Pro12 final.
2. Bandise Maku
Maku made his Springbok debut in 2010 against Italy and went on to win the Super Rugby title with the Bulls in 2009.
At the end of the 2016 Currie Cup, Maku announced his retirement from the game. His career saw him represent the Lions, Bulls, Southern Kings and Springboks.
He retired with 1 Test cap to his name and is now employed with the Bulls as a franchise co-ordinator
He retired from professional rugby in 2016 and has moved back to South Africa and works in finance.
Liebenberg continued to be a vital cog in the Stormers Super Rugby pack and made his official test debuted against Australia 2012, having represented the Springboks against the Barbarians in 2007.
He retired after the 2014 Currie Cup and is now the head coach of the Central University of Technology in the Free State.
Cillers represented the Sharks until 2011 when he moved to the Lions. He spent two seasons with the Lions before joining the Stormers for the 2013 Super Rugby season.
He made his Test debut for the Springboks in August 2012 vs Argentina and made a further five Test appearances before signing for Montpellier in 2014.
He now plies his trade with English side London Irish.
Franco van der Merwe
Van der Merwe made his Springbok debut against New Zealand in 2013, which remains his only test cap, and left Irish side Ulster to sign for Cardiff Blues.
Botes became a Sharks legend making over 200 appearances for the Durban-based side (Currie Cup + Super Rugby) before retiring in 2014.
He retired as the most-capped Currie Cup player in the competition's history.
Adams made 2 Test appearances for South Africa in 2009 before he moved to Bordeaux. He retired from professional rugby in 2015 and has since been involved in coaching.
In 2017, he joined the coaching staff of the French Barbarians that played against South African A.
Adams is currently coaching Biarritz Olympique.
Willem de Waal
The 31-year-old, at the time, converted Danwel Demas' try in the final play of the match to draw the game.
De Waal did not go on to represent the Springboks but instead moved to France and linked up with Benetton Treviso before retiring in 2012.
Demas furthered his career in France when he joined Pro D2 side Aironi in 2010. He returned to South Africa in 2011 and represented the Boland Cavaliers well into his thirties before retiring.