Former Stormers and Springboks flyhalf, Peter Grant played 12 matches in his debut season with the Road Safety Western Force including six appearances in the No.10 jersey. With 11 years of professional rugby experience behind him the five-time capped Springbok has built his game around eagerness to attack, brilliant decision making under pressure and a strong tactical kicking game. The 32-year-old is just a dangerous off the kicking tee as he is with ball in hand, currently sitting eighth on the all-time Super Rugby points scoring list with a massive 918-points. Grant’s experience and competitive nature will once again be a huge asset to the Force backline in 2017.
Played 12 matches in debut season with the Western Force; starting six and scoring 52-points.
Signs with French Top 14 club, La Rochelle, plays 22 matches. Puts pen-to-paper with the Western Force in July, committing for two seasons.
Returns to the Stormers, earning his 100th Super Rugby cap against the Western Force in Cape Town.
Plies his trade for another season in Japan with Kolbelco scoring 102-points in 11 games.
Guides the Stormers to the semi-finals scoring 144 points in the season and returns to Japan to play 10 matches for Kolbelco Steelers
Plays 10 matches and helps the Stormers return to the semi-finals where they went down to the Crusaders. Sings with Japanese side, Kolbelco Steelers, making 13 appearances.
Is an influential member of the Stormers runner-up finish after losing to the Bulls in the final. Playing and starting in 14 matches; scores 141-points.
Plays 13 matches for the Stormers as well as six appearances for Western Province in the Currie Cup.
Plays 13 matches, starting in 12 at flyhalf and scores 117 points.
After a standout second season for the Stormers Grant makes his test debut against the Wallabies in Sydney.
Makes Super Rugby debut for the Stormers against the Cats as a 21 year old.