|Full name||Trevor Ntando Nyakane|
|Date of birth||4 May 1989|
|Place of birth||Bushbuckridge, South Africa|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||121 kg (267 lb; 19 st 1 lb)|
|School||Ben Vorster, Tzaneen|
|Rugby union career|
Trevor Ntando Nyakane (born 4 May 1989) is a South African rugby union player for the Bulls in Super Rugby and the Blue Bulls in the Currie Cup. His regular playing position is prop and he has the ability to play at both loosehead and tighthead.
Nyakane attended school in Limpopo top rugby school Ben Vorster where he played for the first team for two years. He was chosen to represent Limpopo at the Grant Khomo, and Craven Weeks tournaments in 2006 and 2007.
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Following his summer[when?] move from the Cheetahs, Nyakane currently represents the Blue Bulls in both the Currie Cup and in Super Rugby. He has amassed more than 50 senior appearances in all senior competitions.
He made his international debut on 8 June as a 73rd minute replacement for Tendai Mtawarira in South Africa's 44-10 victory over Italy in Durban. On 22 June 2013 he scored his first test try, against Samoa, in Pretoria. With South Africa already leading 49-23, Nyakane's 80th minute score completed a comprehensive victory.
Test Match Record
Pld = Games Played, W = Games Won, D = Games Drawn, L = Games Lost, Tri = Tries Scored, Con = Conversions, Pen = Penalties, DG = Drop Goals, Pts = Points Scored
|1||Samoa||Pretoria, South Africa||Loftus Versfeld||Mid-year rugby test series||22 June 2013||Won 56-23|
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