Nick Koster Obituary – Death: Former Bristol and Bath Back-Row, Nick Koster Dies At 34, Cause of Death

Nick Koster Obituary – Death: Former Bristol and Bath Back-Row, Nick Koster Dies At 34, Cause of Death

Nick Koster Obituary News: Nick Koster, a former back-row forward for Bristol and Bath, passed away at the age of 34. Koster joined Bristol after a brief stay with Bath and made 62 appearances for them between 2013 and 2017.

In addition, Koster played for Western Province and the Stormers in South Africa and led Cambridge University in the 2018 Varsity Match versus Oxford, scoring a try in the process.

Who is Nick Koster?

South African rugby union player Ralph Nicholas Köster last played professionally for Bristol as a flanker or eight man. He most recently served as Cambridge University R.U.F.C.’s captain.

In 2006 and 2007, Köster participated in the First XV rugby squad at Bishops College in Cape Town. He shared the stage with Mathew Turner and Martin Muller in 2006.

When he was captain in 2006 and 2007, Köster was selected for the Western Province Craven Week team. In both 2006 and 2007, he received a call to serve in South Africa’s schools.

Nick Koster Cause of Death

The specifics of Nick Koster’s death’s circumstances are unknown because they are not included in the information provided. No other information has been made public to yet.

The general public will be informed as soon as this information becomes accessible. The public is requested to remember Koster’s family in their prayers as they grieve the untimely passing of Nick.

Nick Koster Career

At the age of 19, Köster made his Currie Cup debut as the 8th man in 2008. Later the same year, he was selected to the Barbarians’ bench for their match against Australia at Wembley.

Nick played on the flank for the Stormers when he made his Super Rugby debut in 2009, however he missed time with a knee injury against the Lions at Newlands Stadium.

On August 8, 2010, he made his permanent return to the top division while playing off the bench against the Griquas. He started at openside flank against the Blue Bulls the following week.

Against the Blue Bulls, Köster led Province in tackles with 24, was second only to Duane Vermeulen in ball carries with 11, and was one of just three WP players to force a turnover.

Nick would join Bath, it was revealed in October 2012.[3] In the Amlin Challenge Cup, he scored his new club’s inaugural try against the Italian team Calvisano.