Fast and with a proven ability to finish, Small-Smith’s real strength lies in his on-field organizational and leadership traits. A leader of men with a natural feel for the game, the developing center will become even more influential in years to come.
He made his debut against the Highlanders in April last year and showed why he was so highly rated. Deft touches and the solid defence allowed players around him to blossom and more of the same can be expected of this gifted midfielder in 2015.
Small-Smith played in 8 of 10 games in the 2016 Currie Cup, the two matches he didn’t play was the Semi-Final against the Lions in Bloemfontein and in the Home Final against the Blue Bulls. (2016 Currie Cup Champions)
PRO14 debut – 1 September 2017 vs Ulster in Northern Ireland.
Small-Smith is one of the senior statesmen in the Toyota Cheetahs back, and he proved his loyalty to the side by extending his contract with the franchise until at least October 2022.