We all knew Andre Joubert as the Rolls-Royce but the Steinhoff Cobras have their own vehicle at the back in the form of Jonathan Ford.
The fullback produced a man-of-the-match performance for the Cobras against Steinhoff Bastion in his sides 34-29 win in a blisteringly hot Cape Town on Monday.
Ford told varsitycup.co.za: "We went into the game and knew that it was going to be tough after Bastion had beaten Commerce quite convincingly.
"Going into the game we were pretty confident but when the score was 24-all at half-time we were happy that we could come away with the win," Ford said.
The former Trojan knew that in the heat he was going to have to try and influence the game as much as possible and managed to help out wherever he could.
"The heat played a massive part during the game and I tried to help wherever I could by joining the line from the back."
After a fairly long absence from the game Ford said that he was just happy to be back out on the field.
He is aware of the importance of the next game.
"We fly to Bloemfontein on Sunday to play Vishuis in what is possibly our biggest game in the pool stages.
"If we can come away with a win there it will be great," Ford added.
From an early age, the Eastern Cape product, has been involved in rugby and attributes his influence to his father as well as his two brothers.
"I was brought up with two brothers so I was in quite a competitive environment both at home and at school.
"My dad often threw a ball around and introduced me to the game of rugby and at junior school I started playing rugby and it just grew from there," he explained.
He looks to All Black fullback Israel Dagg as his favourite rugby player.
"Israel Dagg is my favourite player because he is not the biggest guy on the field but he has got vision, speed and reads the game well."
Ford and the Cobras travel to Bloemfontein to take on defending champions Steinhoff Vishuis in their next fixture on Monday which could determine who ends top of their group in the Steinhoff Koshuisrugby Championship.
By Nick Tatham