In an interview with the Sharksrugby website, Cell C Sharks CEO John Smit has revealed that the side will have to make do without a bevy of stars during this year’s Currie Cup. [...]
So another Super Rugby season has come (and gone, for all intents), and despite the fact that every possible factor worked in our favour, the Sharks have once again, frustratingly, failed to lay their hands on any silverware (excluding the conference trophy, which right-minded people everywhere – excluding the folks down in the Cape, obviously – see as utterly meaningless).
Steven Sykes and Ronnie Cooke will be making their return for the Kings, after missing a couple of warm-up matches due to injury, as they are set to face the Free State Cheetahs in their last warm-up match in Cradock on Friday.
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While it’s widely expected, give the way the game is going, that a host of aging Bok stars will seek overseas retirement gigs after the 2015 World Cup, few have, as yet, made these intentions clear. [...]
We just recieved a media release from the Sharks announcing that Tera Mtembu will be captain for the 2014 Absa Currie Cup.
The Sharks Media Release: [...]
According to our information, the Sharks will be at least four players to the good when the Currie Cup kicks off next month. [...]
With the curtain coming down on the 2014 Super Rugby season, it is unfortunately time to say our fond goodbyes to a number of Sharks stalwarts, who have opted to move on to pastures new. [...]
The Sharks conceded five tries in a one-sided 38-6 loss to the Crusaders in Saturday’s Vodacom Super Rugby semi-final in Christchurch. [...]
It’s the last Aussie derby of the year… hooray! [...]
Only one team can win…. [...]
I know we’ve all been heart broken. I know the Sharks screwed it all up by themselves by losing games that they should have won. I know, we’ve all been here before. [...]
Hey kids. Just a quick note to let you all know that I’m leaving today for a trip back to the motherland. [...]
Here we go – the deciders are here. Only two teams can contest the final…. which teams will those be? [...]
Pat Lambie has been named to start at flyhalf for the Sharks against the Crusaders in their Vodacom Super Rugby semi-final on Saturday. [...]
Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder has included All Black captain Richie McCaw in his starting line-up to face this Sharks in Saturday’s Super Rugby semi-final, in the unfamiliar position of blind side flank. [...]
While the rise of Thomas du Toit over the last few weeks has been an absolute godsend for the Sharks given injuries to Beast Mtawarira and (briefly) Dale Chadwick, ensuring that he continues to enjoy opportunities to develop as a senior player might prove a little trickier in the months to come. [...]
The Cell C Sharks qualified for the semi-finals of this years Super Rugby competition after beating the Highlanders 31 – 27 at Kings Park on Saturday. [...]
The names of the 25 Cell C Sharks players to make the long trip to Christchurch for this weekend’s Super Rugby semi-final have been confirmed. [...]
The Sharks will have a kiwi ref in charge for the second week running as former Chiefs flyhalf Glenn Jackson takes the whistle for Saturday’s Super Rugby semi-final against the Crusaders in Christchurch. [...]
Not all of them make it into the Super Rugby squad but that’s not the end. Every union in South Africa has had a Shark bolster their ranks. The majority of you will not recognise his name but in a few years you will recognise yet another young South African talent on an adventure in Australia. Determined, hard working and a special player. He is the equivalent of Jack Bauer on a rugby field! Benedict Chanakira spoke to his name sake Greg Bauer! [...]