**The forthcoming Rainbow Cup will see the Guinness PRO14’s finest share the stage with the best South Africa has to offer.** \n\nFrom some of the biggest names in world rugby to emerging talent, there will be plenty of individual stories to follow over the course of the end-of-season tournament. \n\nHere, we take a look at five men who could light up the competition. \n\n**Siya Kolisi (Cell C Sharks)**\n\nKolisi is a man who needs no introduction, having captained South Africa to victory at the 2019 Rugby World Cup as the first black skipper of the Springboks. \n\nHaving represented the DHL Stormers in Super Rugby since 2012, flanker Kolisi, 29, made the switch to the Sharks in February and will be one of the players looking to get up to speed ahead of the scheduled British and Irish Lions tour to South Africa. \n\nThe Sharks will be hoping Kolisi’s undoubted pedigree can steer them to Rainbow Cup success while PRO14 fans will be relishing the opportunity to catch one of the game’s biggest stars in action.