Sarah Tatham Bio, Wiki
Sarah Tatham Louw is renown for being the wife to Springbok backrow forward, Francois Louw. Louw was named in South Africa’s squad for the 2019 Rugby World Cup. South Africa went on to win the tournament, defeating England in the final. He has since called his time on an outstanding international career making the announcement on Sunday, November 10th.
Sarah Tatham Education
According to her LinkedIn, she is a graduate from the University of Bath with an MBA in Management as from 2011 to 2012. She earned her Bachelor of Business Science with honours in Finance and Accounting from the University of Cape Town as from 2003 to 2007.
Sarah Louw Career
Sarah Tatham Louw is an Accountant at One pm Finance, a UK based finance firm. She joined the company as the Group Financial analyst in January 2018 until April 2019. She currently serves as the Group Commercial Accountant as from May 2019 to date.
The other companies she has worked for as an Accountant include BJP Finance and Oasis Dental Care. She has also worked as a Senior Associate at KPMG having initially started as an Accountant in Jan 2008 and leaving the Company as a Senior Associate in March 2011. Her roles included Liaising with the client and senior management so as to ensure projects were accurately executed and all deadlines were met. Identified any weaknesses or inefficiencies within the company’s control systems.
Sarah Tatham & Francois Louw
Sarah Louw and Francois Louw celebrated their wedding on June 16th, 2013. According to a Facebook post by MvR Weddings who framed their day through Videography.
“The pair exchanged vows in the quaint stone Highbury Chapel surrounded by their loved ones and the rest of their Wedding Day just unfolded like a beautiful story. Everything about it, from the beautiful bride’s exquisite gown to the cows in the meadow – all fitted together so perfectly with love.”
The couple has one child, a daughter born around 2014.
Francois Louw called time on an outstanding international career on Sunday, November 10th, 2019. The 34-year-old made the announcement after capping a ten-year Test journey with a winner’s medal on Saturday’s November 2nd, 2019 32-12 victory over England at Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
Louw, affectionately known as “Flo’” made 76 Test appearances in a decade at the top, adding 2019 gold to the bronze he won in 2015. In all, he appeared in three Rugby World Cup tournaments.
“I’ve had an amazing journey in international rugby,” said Louw.
“I’ve made friends for life in the game and created incredible memories with great people.
“To end it as part of the Springbok Trophy Tour and see the joy and excitement we have brought to people’s lives is an incredible way to bow out.”