Evan Roos is a South African rugby union player for Western Province in the Currie Cup and the Stormers in the United Rugby Championship. He can play as a flank, eighth man or lock.

He was called up to the South Africa Schools squad in 2018, making three appearances in the 2018 Under-19 International Series, and scoring a try in their match against France.

He made his Currie Cup debut for the Sharks in August 2019, coming on as a replacement in their match against the Free State Cheetahs in Round Five of the 2019 season.


Alan Committie is a South African comic actor and qualified high school teacher.

Committie has performed on stage, television, radio and the Internet. In addition to his own, self-written shows, Committie has performed a number of other stage productions including Rob Becker’s Defending the Caveman. He is particularly well known for his character ‘Johan van der Walt’, a highly officious, disturbingly pedantic, offensive security officer and part-time film critic.


Wayne Dillon Parnell is a South African professional cricketer who most recently played for Northamptonshire in English county cricket.

Previously, he played Test cricket, One Day International cricket and Twenty20 matches for South Africa. At domestic level he played for Cape Cobras, having previously played for the Warriors and Eastern Province.

Parnell was selected as captain of the South Africa team for the 2008 U/19 Cricket World Cup having also played for the team in 2006 U/19 Cricket World Cup. He finished the 2008 tournament as the leading wicket-taker with 18 wickets at 8.38. In the quarter-final against Bangladesh he took six for eight as well as top-scoring with 57.

Parnell was selected in the ODI and T20 squads for South Africa’s tour of Australia in 2008–09, and made his international debut in the second Twenty20 International at Brisbane on 13 January 2009. He was expensive with the ball and put down a crucial catch, but it was later suggested that this was the result of a green laser light beamed into his eyes by a member of the crowd. He thus became the youngest player to be handed a national contract by Cricket South Africa (CSA).

Parnell was included in South Africa’s squad for the third and final Test against Australia in Cape Town and although he wasn’t selected, he was again named for the Twenty20 and ODI series which followed. Sharing the new ball with Dale Steyn, he played a key role in South Africa’s seven-wicket win in the second ODI at Centurion by taking four for 25.

In May 2009 Parnell was selected in the South African squad for the ICC World Twenty20 in England. He had an excellent tournament, taking nine wickets at 13.22 with an economy rate of less than six. Against the hosts he took figures of 3/14, which included an opening spell of 2–0–2–1. In the following match against the West Indies he was named man-of-the-match after taking 4/13. His performances earned him a place in the World team of the tournament. Parnell won the golden ball for being the leading wicket taker in the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy with 11 wickets. He was named in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ by Cricinfo for the 2009 T20I World Cup.



Laureus Safe Hub programme with Matthew Booth

Linde Sibanda

Alan Committie the new show

Evan Roos giving up rugby

Wayne Parnell best place to play

Alan Committie extended Lee Barnard homage

Evan Roos success of the year

Wayne Parnell best players

Alan Committie love of cricket

Evan Roos the musical with Alan

Wayne Parnell travelling around the world

Evan Roos travelling and spending in Europe