Canan Moodie

Canan Moodie. Image via Instagram @moodie_c13

Springbok Wing Canan Moodie spotted at a Rock the Daisies party

21-year-old Springbok Wing, Canan Moodie was spotted at the recent Rock the Daisies annual event in Cape Town.

Canan Moodie

Canan Moodie. Image via Instagram @moodie_c13

Springbok player Canan Moodie partied away at the Rock the Daisies annual party over the weekend and decided to take to his Instagram Stories to show off how much fun he and his friend Yorique Agullhas had.


The Rock the Daisies event kicked off on Friday, 17 November, and finished off on Sunday. Several musicians and DJs were booked including Focalistic, Kamo Phela, Ami Faku, Zolani Mohola, and more.

The event was launched several years ago in Cape Town when “Diddy was still Puff Daddy” and over its two-decade span, Rock the Daisies has also expanded to Johannesburg in Gauteng.

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In his Instagram Story, Canan Moodie was spotted seated with a friend and dressed in a black short-sleeve shirt with matching shorts. His buddy on the other hand was the total opposite in a white round-neck t-shirt and matching shorts. The duo looked nothing short of handsome in their black and white laid-back outfits.

Canan Moodie
Canan Moodie visited his old primary school. Image via Instagram @moodie_c13/ via Facebook @Paarl Boys’ Primary School

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After his team returned from France after winning the 2023 Rugby World Cup trophy, Canan Moodie was spotted with the Springboks in their victory parade which saw them tour in Gauteng, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, and the Eastern Cape. The 21-year-old Springbok Wing remains humble despite his good fortunes. He is the second youngest player to represent the Springboks after Francois Steyn. Springbok’s assistant coach Mzwandile Stick is said to have previously expressed his confidence in Moodie, Planet Rugby reported.

“When I look at his potential and the maturity for his age, the decisions he is making on the field is a sign of great potential,” Stick was quoted as saying.

Moodie recently took a trip down memory lane and visited teachers and pupils at his old school, Paarl Boys’ Primary School. He was honoured by the school in a special way. The school’s Grade 1 corridor was named after him as seen at the unveiling ceremony.

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