Principal architect of the coronation of Castres Olympique in the Top 14, Rory Kockott had expressed his desire to leave the CO at end of the season. While it remains a contract year, the South African scrum-half had begun a standoff with Castres to be free this summer.
With the Brennus Shield won at the expense of Toulon, the club would like to keep its lethal weapon, author of 13 units in the final Top 14: “We’ll have a beer with Rory. We will discuss. I want him to stay but this a business as that we will manage in the hours and days ahead. Of course we would like to keep him. But we’ll see. In any case, he brought a lot also but we’ll find a solution that will embody all human settings, “said Pierre-Yves Revol, the director of CO.