His regular position is flanker. Youth and Amateur rugby September played some youth rugby for his provincial side, Boland. He represented their Under-18 side at the 2004 Academy Week competition and their Under-19 in the 2005 Under-19 Provincial Championship.
However, he failed to make the breakthrough to the senior side and instead played club rugby for Roses United, also representing them at the National Club Championships in 2006.
SWD Eagles In 2009, September finally got an opportunity to play provincial rugby when he signed for George-based side the SWD Eagles. He made his debut off the bench late in their 2009 Vodacom Cup match against the Mighty Elephants.
However, that also turned out to be his only playing time in the competition, failing to come on as a substitute in the other two matches that he was named on the replacement bench. Boland Cavaliers He returned to the Boland and played some rugby for their amateur side in the latter part of 2009.
In 2010, however, he immediately established himself as the first-choice flanker for the Boland Cavaliers.
His first senior start came during the 2010 Vodacom Cup competition, starting in their match against Western Province and scoring two tries in the first half to help his side to a 37–28 victory. He started eight of their nine matches in the competition to help them top the Northern Section of the competition and reaching the semi-finals, where they lost 22–14 to the Free State XV. In addition to the two tries in his first match, September contributed a further two tries during the competition to end just one behind the Cavaliers" top try scorer, Willie le Roux. In his absence, Boland clinched the First Division title, beating the Eastern Province Kings in the final.
He made a full recovery in time for the 2012 Vodacom Cup competition and scored five tries in seven appearances, the top try scorer for the Cavaliers and just two off the overall top try scorers, Jaco Bouwer of the Pumas and Rohan Kitshoff of Western Province.
He continued his rich vein of scoring in the 2012 First Division season as he scored a further seven tries in twelve appearances, including a hat-trick of tries in their match against the Griffons in Welkom.