<strong>Rob Louw</strong><br>Rugby Player

Rob Louw
Rugby Player

Robert James Louw (born 26 March 1955 in Cape Town, South Africa) is a South African rugby footballer who represented South Africa 19 times in international test rugby union.

He also played in the Western Province sides that won the Currie Cup five consecutive times.

 South African rugby chief Danie Craven rated Louw as "one of the best Springboks ever to represent South Africa", "fast enough to play among the backs", and a "superb ambassador for South Africa" due to "his friendly manner and attractive personality". Louw was nominated as South African Rugby Player of the Year in 1979 and in 1984.