Following his stint at Leicester in the Premiership, Joaquín Díaz Bonilla became a new Sharks player, the South African team that will start to play the new United Rugby Championship.
The starter will join his new team after the Rugby Championship, contest which is contesting with Los Pumas. In his last season with the English team, Tito played six games, with a total of 157 minutes played.
At the same time, Olajuwon Noa also joined the squad as a new reinforcement: “We welcome Joaquín Díaz Bonilla and Olajuwon Noa to our Sharks family. We look forward to the arrival of these talented players in Durban,” the club wrote on its social media.
The United Rugby Championship will feature 16 teams next season, based on an agreement between PRO14 Rugby and SA Rugby, which begins in September, and includes the four South African Super Rugby teams: Sharks, Stormers, Lions and Bulls, joining to current PRO14 combinations Cardiff, Ospreys, Scarlets, Dragons, Leinster, Munster, Ulster, Connacht, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Benetton and Zebre.