Continuity for the Boks

18 Sep 19 10:26 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 68 Comments

Rassie has kept the match-day squad from the warm up for the crunch game on Saturday. The winner of the first pool game for the Boks & All Blacks will very likely end top of the pool and have the easier game in the quarter finals.


Sharks announce new player signings

11 Sep 19 08:59 by Rob Otto (robdylan) | 85 Comments

The Sharks are keeping a bit of interest going during the off season by announcing their nine new player signings one day at a time. [...]

Bosch back at 10

29 Aug 19 12:15 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 151 Comments

Curwin Bosch is back from injury, which should mean that Boeta Chamberlain will be available for the Sharks U/21 team for the final against the Bulls


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Andre and Thomas start against the Bulls

22 Aug 19 11:09 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 97 Comments

Andre Esterhuizen and Thomas du Toit have been called up to start against a desperate Bulls team who may face relegation if they loose by more than 7 points. Curwin Bosch is still unavailable so Boeta Chamberlain gets another chance after a very impressive Currie Cup debut.

New Shark Andisa Ntsila have been selected as loose forward replacement.


Sharks take on the Lions without Bosch

15 Aug 19 15:35 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 93 Comments

Sean Everitt has catapulted Boeta Chamberlain straight into the starting team to replace Curwin Bosch who is out injured due to a lower back sprain.


Marcell and Thomas starts against the Pumas

14 Aug 19 15:18 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 43 Comments

Schalk Brits will captain the Boks against the Pumas at Loftus. This is probably the last chance for some of these players to convince Rassie to take them with to Japan. I would expect Rassie to start his first choice team against Japan in the Boks’ only other World Cup warm-up match.


Majola, Vermeulen, Mohamba and Fassi starts against the Cheetahs

8 Aug 19 11:53 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 136 Comments

Sean Everitt has made a few changes in his squad for the crucial match against the Cheetahs at Kings Park:

Majola and Schoeman swaps places in the starting team and bench, Phepsi moves to 6, Vermeulen starts at 7 and Stringer drops out of the squad. Evan Roos (who still played for Paarl Boys last year) comes into the squad as loose forward replacement.

In the backline Nohamba and Wright swaps jerseys and so do Smith and Fassi.


Beast starts in Salta

8 Aug 19 08:51 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 14 Comments

Rassie has swapped front rows for the final Rugby Championship game. He has kept the rest of the squad the same as in the draw in New Zealand.

The match could decide the winner of the Rugby Championship – a bonus point win against the Pumas will definitely clinch it for the Boks. If the All Blacks cannot manage a bonus point against the Wallabies, a win will do it for the Boks.


Sharks team to face Pumas

1 Aug 19 13:06 by Jan Dyman (JD) | 40 Comments

The Cell C Sharks team to play the Phakisa Pumas in Nelspruit has been announced.

Coach Sean Everitt has opted to make only one rotational change with Phepsi Buthelezi starting at 7 and Jacques Vermeulen shifting to the bench. [...]

Mapimpi starts in Wellington

24 Jul 19 07:50 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 42 Comments

Mapimpi, PSDT and Etzebeth remains into the starting team with the rest of the places reserved for the players that flew across earlier. Kwagga Smit will get a chance to prove that he can fit in at test level.

Great to see Frans Steyn on the bench again. In my opinion the Boks will stand zero change at the World Cup unless Steyn starts at inside centre.


Sharks on the hunt for Super Rugby coach

21 Jul 19 13:06 by Rob Otto (robdylan) | 72 Comments

With the Sharks confirming earlier this week that head coach Robert du Preez has decided to part ways with the union, finding a new head coach for Super Rugby in 2020 must surely be new CEO Eduard Coetzee’s most pressing priority. [...]

Smith and Fassi swap for WP

18 Jul 19 11:54 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 112 Comments

Sean Everitt has kept the team that got trounced by the Kwas intact, except that Fassi and Smith swap places in the starting team and on the bench. Every one in the squad will have to lift their performance dramatically if the Sharks want any hope of beating a WP team that was really strong in especially the scrums. Hopefully the disaster last Friday will serve as a wake-up call.


Bok team for the Wallabies

17 Jul 19 16:37 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 55 Comments

Rynhardt Elstadt at open side is a strange selection.  However it will be great to see Marcell Coetzee and Frans Steyn running out for the Boks again.

The 15 first choice players should already be on their way to New Zealand, so it should be safe to say that apart from players like PSDT, Lood and Etzebeth coming back from injury the rest in this team would now count as second choice. It also means De Ellendig is likely to start at 12 against the All Blacks.


Super team vs. Griquas

9 Jul 19 22:03 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 218 Comments

Sean Everitt has picked a team full of Super Rugby experience for Friday night’s game. JPP slots back in at 13 next to Ward at 12. I am looking forward to seeing the loose trio of Stringer, Vermeulen and Mtembu taking on the Kwas.

It seems the old 22 player limit has now been removed in 2019.


Sharks Currie Cup Squad announced

9 Jul 19 07:22 by Udo Lütge (pastorshark) | 55 Comments

New Currie Cup coach Sean Everitt has announced his Currie Cup squad for the upcoming 2019 season. The defending champions launch their shortened campaign – this World Cup season sees only a single round of fixtures before the knockouts – this Friday evening against Griquas at King’s Park.


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Bok Training Squad

1 Jul 19 08:34 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 6 Comments

Six Sharks have been called up for the Bok training squad while Dan du Preez and Ruan Botha were not considered due to injury.


Sean Everitt to coach the Currie Cup team

28 Jun 19 10:24 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 115 Comments

Sean Everit will coach the Sharks Currie Cup team with Nick Easter and David Williams as assistant coaches. The Sharks’ Currie Cup campaign kicks off on the 12th July when the Sharks will host Griquas.

No word yet on Rob du Preez’s future at the Sharks

Quarter final time

20 Jun 19 13:03 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 221 Comments

Rob Jr starts at 10, but this time Rob Sr has no choice as Fassi is out with a shoulder injury. Bosch comes back in the team at fullback.

Burden went along on the flight to Australia, but Cullen Collopy will have to make the step up from club & SRC level to a Super Rugby QF should Kerron van Vuuren need replacement.


Sharks team for the Stormers

13 Jun 19 13:44 by Henk Terblanche (Bokhoring) | 158 Comments

Two injury hit teams will fight each other for the privilege to travel to Christchurch or Argentina. Sharks will be without Curwin Bosch and Ruan Botha (plus JLDP, PvdW, Akker, Burden) whereas the Stormers will miss Kolisi, PSDT, Etzebeth and Jantjies. This should probably make the Sharks favourites for this match.