Seven Tigers were involved in the opening round of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France, including five taking part in England's tournament opener against Argentina.
Julián Montoya faced off with his Tigers teammates in Marseilles, featuring for more than 70 minutes in the Los Pumas front-row.
It was a whirlwind opening to the match with the first ten minutes including a red card for England, yellow for Argentina and long-range penalty from the Argentine's to lead by three.
However, on the 10-minute mark, former Tiger George Ford levelled the scores with a penalty-goal of his own and then didn't look back to finish with a personal haul of 27 points in the 27-10 win.
Wiese played an hour for the Springboks and was at his brutal best for the Springboks in their 15-point victory, while Reffell came on with thirty minutes left to help shore up the Welsh side's defence and help secure a six-point, 32-26, win.