Not to be confused with Morris Zimmerman.

Morris Zimerman (8 June 1911, Jansenville-10 January 1992, Johannesburg) was a South African rugby union player.[1]

Zimerman was the first Jew to represent South Africa in rugby union, when he debuted in 5 December 1931.[2] He played in four more tests for South Africa.[1]

He was the cousin of Louis Babrow, another Jewish Springbok.

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  1. ^ a b Profile on ESPN Scrum dot com, retrieved 24 April 2010
  2. ^ http://www.rugbyrugby.com/news/story_211209190400.php