Adrian Garvey

Adrian Garvey is Managing Director of T3 Drilling.

Adrian aptly earned the nickname ‘turbo prop’ when he scored two tries playing for Zimbabwe against Scotland at the 1991 World Cup. He then went on to earn 28 Springbok Test caps, forming part of the successful 1998 Tri-Nations-winning team, while becoming one of the few players to have competed at the World Cup for two different countries when he played at the 1999 tournament.

During his rugby career, Adrian developed a passion for grassroots rugby and recognised an opportunity to market the game to the youth in Durban, South Africa when he started the Garvz Sports Academy in Kwa-Zulu Natal in 2005.

Adrian, along with Gary Teichmann and James te Riele, established T3 Drilling Limited in 2011 and has been managing all operations of the business since inception.