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Terblanche benched as Odwa comes straight in


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks, Super 14 on 21 Feb 2008 at 10:31
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Dick Muir has named a powerful side to take on the Stormers in Durban on Saturday night.

Last week’s try-scoring performance at full-back was not enough to ensure veteran Stefan Terblanche another start. The Sharks all-time leading try-scorer in Super Rugby is on the bench this week, as World Cup talisman Frans Steyn is handed the number 15 shirt. Steyn’s flyhalf position goes to Frenchman Frederic Michalak, who makes his Sharks debut.

In the only other change to the backline, Odwa Ndungane returns from injury and slots straight into his favoured right wing position. JP Pietersen moves over to the left to replace Henno Mentz, who pays the price for some shoddy work both on attack and defence last week. Mentz will in all likelihood make the number 11 shirt his own this year – in the Wildebeest team.

The pack is unchanged, with AJ Venter cleared to play. Venter needs to put in a vastly improved showing if he and his loose-forward colleagues, Jacques Botes and Ryan Kankowksi are to see off the challenge from their impressive Stormers counterparts.

Muir has decided to go with a more traditional 4-3 split on the bench this week, so Terblanche joins Adi Jacobs and Rory Kockott as the backline reserves. Jean Deysel and Kees Lensing drop out of the 22 altogether as Keegan Daniel comes in.

Sharks Team (*denotes Super Rugby debut) :

15 Steyn, 14 Ndungane, 13 Murray, 12 Barritt, 11 Pietersen, 10 Michalak*, 9 Pienaar, 8 Kankowski, 7 Venter, 6 Botes, 5 Muller (capt), 4 Ackermann, 3 Botha, 2 B du Plessis, 1 Mtawarira

Subs: 16 Burden, 17 J du Plessis, 18 van den Berg, 19 Daniel, 20 Kockott, 21 Jacobs, 22 Terblanche



52 Comments

  • No Sykes… guess he’s in white and black this week. I would’ve given Odwa a game with the Beeste as well, just to get sharp

  • Comment 1, posted at 21.02.08 10:41:30 by robdylan Reply
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  • I am surprised he is putting Keegan in. Hope AJ has a better game this week.

    Nice team though!

  • Comment 2, posted at 21.02.08 10:46:35 by Nessa Reply

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  • “Mentz will in all likelihood make the number 11 shirt his own this year – in the Wildebeest team.”

    :lol: Nicely done Rob

  • Comment 3, posted at 21.02.08 10:47:25 by provincejoulekkading Reply
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  • ag – I get up early and think about this shit… ;)

    Nessa – here’s my unlikely prediction. Keegan Daniel will have a stellar season this year. The ELV’s will suit his game

  • Comment 4, posted at 21.02.08 10:49:36 by robdylan Reply
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  • RD – hope so. Have been a bit disappointed with him lately. He had a few chances to shine while other players were out with injury and he had a rush of blood to the head (a few times). We all know he is a great player but it is time he stepped up to the plate now!

  • Comment 5, posted at 21.02.08 10:52:08 by Nessa Reply

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  • Sharks /Beeste…fearsome mongrel… :roll:

  • Comment 6, posted at 21.02.08 10:55:58 by Charlie Reply

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  • yeah – i think he knows that, though. Pretty bright kid

  • Comment 7, posted at 21.02.08 10:59:31 by robdylan Reply
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  • You know he is one of my favourites RD – I don’t have to tell you that. But let’s hope so. I think it is going to be his year.

  • Comment 8, posted at 21.02.08 11:02:50 by Nessa Reply

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  • surely last chance saloon for the youngster, although it’s not like there seems to be anyone pushing all that hard for his spot in the squad.

    I was very impressed with young Conrad Stoltz when he made a single appearance for the Sharks in the Currie Cup almost 2 years ago. Very “old-school” openside flanker. Youngster, but hard as nails.

    No idea what happened to him.

  • Comment 9, posted at 21.02.08 11:14:31 by robdylan Reply
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  • Rob,

    Aint he with the Lions / Cheetahs… :roll:

  • Comment 10, posted at 21.02.08 11:16:41 by Charlie Reply

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  • Not sure, Charlie… I hope not

  • Comment 11, posted at 21.02.08 11:30:12 by robdylan Reply
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  • doesn’t help that the SA Rugby site is down.

    Also doesn’t help that there was ANOTHER Conrad Stoltz who played centre for the Lions, but is now with Agen

  • Comment 12, posted at 21.02.08 11:33:35 by robdylan Reply
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  • Had the same problem, great minds think alike… :twisted:

  • Comment 13, posted at 21.02.08 11:36:45 by Charlie Reply

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  • Isn’t it just lovely having an office in another country.

    :mrgreen:

    This is the first post ever from bahrain on Sharks world.

    Gotta go.

    Have made my flight reservation and now need to go get my tickets.

    byeeeeee

  • Comment 14, posted at 21.02.08 11:41:52 by KSA Shark © Reply

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  • mmmh just tried to load it up, getting like half the page. but i did find this

    Conrad Stoltz
    Position:Flank

    Province: Natal
    Club: DHS Old Boys
    2004 – Natal U18 Craven Week
    Natal U19 2005
    Natal U21 2006/7
    Kwa-Zulu Natal Inter-Provincial Sevens 2006

    Personal Details
    Full Name Conrad
    Nick Name The Animal
    Surname Stoltz
    Height 185cm
    Weight 98kg
    Birth Date 14 October 1986
    Birth City Pretoria
    Marital Status Single
    Favourite Film Troy
    Favourite Music Afrikaans
    Favourite Food Steak
    Primary School Kuswag Primary
    Secondary School Durban High
    Tertiary Education Sharks Acadamy

    Squads:
    2007
    Sharks U/21 (ABSA Under 21 Competition)
    Wildebeest (Vodacom Cup)
    South Africa (IRB Sevens Series New Zealand)
    South Africa (IRB Sevens Series USA)
    2006
    Kwa-Zulu Natal (Inter-Provincial Sevens Competition – Men)
    The Sharks (ABSA Currie Cup Premier Division)
    KZN U21 (ABSA Under 21 Competition)
    2005
    Natal (SA Under 19)
    2004
    Kwazulu Natal (U18 Coca-Cola Craven Week)
    1999
    Mpumalanga Pumas (Bankfin Currie Cup)
    Cats (Winfield Super 12)
    Northern Bulls (Winfield Super 12)
    Mpumalanga Pumas (Vodacom Cup)
    1998
    South Western Districts Eagles (Bankfin Currie Cup)
    Emerging Springboks (Wales to SA)
    Vodacom Eagles (Ireland to SA)
    South Western Districts Eagles (Vodacom Cup)
    1997
    South Western Districts Eagles (Bankfin Currie Cup)
    Blue Bulls (Winfield Super 12)
    1996
    Blue Bulls (Bankfin Currie Cup)

    Not even sure if this is the guy you fellas are talking about

  • Comment 15, posted at 21.02.08 11:42:52 by Sauce Reply
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  • :roll: :roll: :roll:

  • Comment 16, posted at 21.02.08 11:43:09 by Charlie Reply

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  • The Animal :???:

  • Comment 17, posted at 21.02.08 11:44:40 by provincejoulekkading Reply
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  • KSA – I will get my Sharks friend who works in Bahrain to join – then he will be the 2nd to post from Bahrain.

  • Comment 18, posted at 21.02.08 11:45:06 by Nessa Reply

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  • Thanks Sauce – he is but a “pup”.

  • Comment 19, posted at 21.02.08 11:46:00 by Nessa Reply

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  • he is the one… but worrying that he doesn’t feature in a 2008 squad. Another one to quietly slip off, I wonder? I’m still trying to figure out where JC Strauss is.

    Come, okes… use those union contacts, please? First one to tell me where Stoltz and Strauss are wins a special (to-be-determined) prize.

  • Comment 20, posted at 21.02.08 11:48:20 by robdylan Reply
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  • Henno runs Wildebeest as Odwa comes straight in

    OR

    Fanie benched as Frans makes way for Freddy

  • Comment 21, posted at 21.02.08 11:49:45 by Kal-El Reply

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  • who’s Fanie? ;)

  • Comment 22, posted at 21.02.08 11:53:16 by robdylan Reply
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  • Conrad Stoltz
    Position:Flank
    Birth Date 14 October 1986

    Squads:
    1996
    Blue Bulls (Bankfin Currie Cup)

    AT THE AGE OF 10 :?: :?: :?:

  • Comment 23, posted at 21.02.08 11:56:44 by Kal-El Reply

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  • Fanie = Stefan Tereblanche

  • Comment 24, posted at 21.02.08 11:59:01 by Kal-El Reply

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  • Of course… how dof of me.

    They have combined the statistics for the OTHER Conrad Stoltz as well… obviously a flaw in the logic at SA Rugby ;)

  • Comment 25, posted at 21.02.08 12:03:12 by robdylan Reply
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  • Rob, for the record this theme degrades dam well when you choose not load images – good job brew

    Stoltz, Conrad is playing for Pau (Div 2) in France according to the list below

    This is the last list i saw compiled of Saffers playing in Europe, might be out of date – eg Big Joe is listed as playing for Northampton

    Cooke, Robbie – Brive
    van der Merwe, Ryno – Brive
    van Zyl, Johan – Brive
    van Rensburg, Charl – Brive
    Liebenberg, Vickus – Brive
    Buys, Kevin – Brive

    Winter, Russel – Newcastle

    Coetzee, Rudi – Bourgoin
    Jooste, Wessel – Bourgoin

    Delport, Thinus – Worcester
    Rawlinson, Greg – Worcester and New Zeeland

    Payne, Shaun – Munster

    Gerber, Sam – Bayonne
    Deen, Jacques – Bayonne
    Linde, Rob – Bayonne

    Smit, John – Clermont-Auvergne
    Joubert, Marius – Clermont-Auvergne
    Esterhuizen, Grant – Clermont-Auvergne

    Sowerby, Shaun – Toulouse
    Du Toit, Gaffie – Toulouse
    Human, Daan – Toulouse

    Le Roux, Ollie – Leinster

    Keil, Rudi – Sale

    Wenzel, Marco- Leicester

    Russel, Brent – Saracens
    De Kock, Neil – Saracens
    Viagie, Cobus – Saracens
    Van der Merwe, DTH – Saracens

    Abendanon, Nick – Bath and England
    Stevens, Matt – Bath and England
    James, Butch – Bath
    Claassens, Michael – Bath
    Ward, Lorne – Bath,
    Dixon, Peter – Bath

    Goosen, Marius – Treviso
    Louw, Hottie – Treviso
    Heidtman, Dale – Treviso

    Catt, Mike – London Irish and England
    Coetzee, Danie – London Irish
    Rautenbach, Faan – London Irish

    Mees, Johan – Toulouse or Clermont ?

    Barry, De Wet – Harlequins
    Botha, Gary – Harlequins
    Luscombe, Hal – Harlequins and Wales

    Montgomery, Percy – Perpignan
    Britz, Gerrie – Perpignan
    Meyer, Steve – Perpignan
    Hume, Gavin – Perpignan
    Snyman, Andre (?) – Perpignan

    Coetzee, Eduard – Bairritz
    Cronje, Jacques – Bairritz
    Willemse, Ashwin – Biarritz

    Thomas, Rhys – Dragons and Wales

    Del Fava, Carlo – Ulster and Italy

    De Villiers, Pieter – Stade Francais and France
    Du Plooy, Boela – Stade Francais
    Leibenberg, Brian – Stade Francais and France
    Milton, Clyff – Stade Francais

    Booyse, Ockert – Viadana
    Eransmus, Jaco – Viadana
    Geldenhuys, Quinton – Viadana

    Rees, Grant – Montpellier
    Britz, Warren – Montpellier
    Thiart, Danie – Montpellier
    Lubbe, Rickus – Montpellier
    Wasserman, Johan – Montpellier
    Welsh, Frikkie – Montpellier
    Van Staaden, Eugene – Montpellier
    Hancke, Drikus – Montpellier

    Vosloo, Gerhard – Castre
    Saayman, Daniel – Castre

    Neethling, Marco – Parma
    Winter, Abraham – Parma
    Taylor, Brad (?SA)- Parma

    Hough, Andre – Albi
    Van der Westhuizen, Chrisjan – Albi
    Meyer, willem – Albi

    De Marigny, Roland – Calvisano
    Vermeulen, Ruan – Calvisano

    Van Eyk, Reghardt – El Salvador (Spain)

    Van Niekerk, Pietman – Agen
    Stolz, Wessel – Agen
    Stolz, Conrad – Agen
    Badenhorst, Adri – Agen

    Van Rensburg, Tinus – Narbonne
    Eksteen, Henk – Narbonne
    Retief, Uys – Narbonne

    Immelman, Braam – Montuaban

    Loxton, Morne – Grenoble (Div 2)
    Labuschagne, Roderick – Grenoble (Div 2)
    Hendricks, Johan – Grenoble (Div 2)

    Roux, Jaco – Aurillac (Div 2)
    Joubert, Bobby – Aurillac (Div 2)
    Kemp, Jacobus – Aurillac (Div 2)
    Carse, Tertius – Aurillac (Div 2)
    Pothas, Delkeith – Aurillac (Div 2)

    McKenzy, Kenny – Blagnac (Div 2)

    Fourie, Jeandre – Lyon (Div 2)
    Muller, Jorrie – Lyon (Div 2)

    Matfield, Victor – Toulon (Div 2)
    Sephaka, Lawrence – Toulon (Div 2)
    Rossouw, Chris – Toulon (Div 2)
    Jordaan, Norman – Toulon (Div 2)
    Breedt, Nico – Toulon (Div 2)
    Roux, Wessel (?) – Toulon (Div 2)

    Goosen, Greg – Racing (Div 2)
    Clarke, Ashley – Racing (Div 2)
    Coetzee, Michael – Racing (Div 2)

    Perkins, Jeffrey – Stade Montois (Div 2)
    Perkins, Warren – Stade Montois (Div 2)
    Mynhardt, Jandre – Stade Montois (Div 2)
    Van Schalkwyk, Phillip – Stade Montois (Div 2)

    Stoltz, Conrad – Pau (Div 2)

    van Rensburg, Clinton – Tarbes (Div 2)
    Loftus, Werner – Tarbes (Div 2)

    Botha, Jean – Oyonnax (div 2)

    Rheeders, Henry – Coventry (NL UK Div 2)
    Sanders, Donovan – Coventry
    Venter, Henno – Coventry
    Brits Rudi – Coventry

    Senekal, Heino (Namibia) – Cornish Pirates (NL UK Div 2)
    Evans, Matt – Cornish Pirates (NL UK Div 2)
    Cumming, Bruce (Boela) – Cornish Pirates (NL UK Div 2)

    Botha, Mouritz – Bedford Blues (NL UK Div 2)
    Pienaar, Ben – Bedford Blues (NL UK Div 2) and England age group
    Strauss, Nic – Bedford Blues (NL UK Div 2)

    Claassens, Errie – Rotherham (NL UK Div 2)
    Jacobsz, Barry – Rotherham (NL UK Div 2)

    Bornman, Jannie – Plymouth Albion (NL UK Div 2)

    Loubser, Chaska – Newbury RFC (NL UK Div2)

    Du Plessies, Tinus – Cornish All Blacks (NL UK Div2)

    Willis, Gary (Zimbabwe) – Exeter Chiefs (NL UK Div 2)

    Du Plessis, Petrus – Sedgely (NL UK Div 2)
    Fourie, Tim – Sedgely (NL UK Div 2)
    Van DeVenter, Jan – Sedgely (NL UK Div 2)
    Crous, Juan – Sedgely (NL UK Div 2)
    De Jager, Arno – Sedgely (NL UK Div 2)

    Abbot, Stuart – (injury forced retirement?)

  • Comment 26, posted at 21.02.08 12:13:27 by Sauce Reply
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  • obviously a flaw in the logic at SA Rugby …..

    ahhh was that ever under debate???? :D

  • Comment 27, posted at 21.02.08 12:15:39 by Sauce Reply
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  • Botha, Mouritz – Bedford Blues (NL UK Div 2)
    Pienaar, Ben – Bedford Blues (NL UK Div 2) and England age group
    Strauss, Nic – Bedford Blues (NL UK Div 2)
    From the Bedford Blues site :

    Rudi to the Rescue:
    Former Player and Director of Rugby Rudi Straeuli has once again stepped in to help the Blues, this time as a result of their current propping crisis. Straeuli now heavily involved with the Natal Sharks Super 14 franchise, has managed to loan current squad member Dave Hawksworth to the club for the next five weeks.

    The 25 year old British Passport holder arrived today (Friday) fresh from the Sharks pre-season preparations and should be available for the trip to Plymouth next week.

  • Comment 28, posted at 21.02.08 12:24:50 by provincejoulekkading Reply
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  • Just tried it now, Sauce… it did work well.

    I hate sites that fall to pieces if you don’t show the images. Images make stuff pretty, but the site should still work without them.

    Wrong Stotlz… the one in France is the center.

    PJLD – interesting. Playing Prop in the NH can only improve a youngster’s skills.

    Must say, first time I ever heard of this Hawksworth character was when I saw his name in the Beeste squad yesterday,

  • Comment 29, posted at 21.02.08 12:36:48 by robdylan Reply
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  • “Just tried it now, Sauce… it did work well.”

    Good for phone browsing. Or my shitty wireless connection.

  • Comment 30, posted at 21.02.08 12:45:04 by Sauce Reply
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  • well, for phone browsing we have the WP Mobile Edition plug-in installed. I still need to tweak those templates as there is some stuff that doesn’t work properly right now. Still, the concept is a good one

  • Comment 31, posted at 21.02.08 12:47:36 by robdylan Reply
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  • Welcome back Odwa…safe hands boy…pleeeaaase…

  • Comment 32, posted at 21.02.08 12:50:11 by blackshark Reply

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  • Odwa tends to take a game or so to warm up. Would really prefer to see him with the Beeste this week. Then he can run rings around his boetie at Loftus next week.

  • Comment 33, posted at 21.02.08 13:20:41 by robdylan Reply
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  • What’s up with FL in Sharksworld division??? Only 7 teams – of which 4 are mine. NO USE PLAYING!

  • Comment 34, posted at 21.02.08 14:12:10 by Kal-El Reply

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  • 4 are yours? Sheez, dude.

  • Comment 35, posted at 21.02.08 14:19:13 by robdylan Reply
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  • Hehee…work have blocked Sharks website but not this one yet…so at least I can come on here.

    Hi Nessa

    Decent team, love the bench….we have players that can come on and make a serious impact. If you compare the strength of the 2 benches, I would certainly rather have ours than the Mountain Goats!

  • Comment 36, posted at 21.02.08 15:02:57 by Villie Reply
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  • Has the Wildebeest team/squad/22 been announced as yet?

  • Comment 37, posted at 21.02.08 15:03:36 by Villie Reply
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  • Anyone know what happened to Scott Spedding? He seems to have fallen totally off the radar!!

  • Comment 38, posted at 21.02.08 15:06:39 by Villie Reply
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  • Villie – no Beeste team yet. Rest assured I will put it up as soon as I have it.

    Spedding is in the Beeste squad. This is the first year that he’s no longer eligible to play u-21, so let’s see how he goes.

  • Comment 39, posted at 21.02.08 15:13:36 by robdylan Reply
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  • hot off the press…

    Wildebeest XV:

    15. Danie Dames
    14. Frank Wagenstroom
    13. Dumisani Matyeshana
    12. Andries Strauss
    11. Henno Mentz
    10. Scott Spedding
    9. Charl McLoed
    8. Jean Deysel
    7. Nikolai Blignaut
    6. Justin Downey
    5. Steven Sykes
    4. Alistair Hargreaves (Capt)
    3. Robbie Harris
    2. Jody Jenneker
    1. Kees Lensing

    Replacements

    16. Subusiso Dube
    17. Pierre Bouwer
    18. Schalk van Jaarsveld
    19. Jacques Potgieter
    20. Neil de Bruin
    21. Lwazi Mvovo
    22. Riaan Swanepoel

  • Comment 40, posted at 21.02.08 15:14:10 by Le Requinny Reply
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  • Thanks Le Req and RobD

    Interesting squad. Don’t know many of the bench players other than Riaan Swanepoel and Mvovo.

    Heard exceptional reports about Justin Downey last season so hopefully he will kick on and put some pressure on the current Sharks loosies.

    Are they going to play Deysel at 8th man this season? or is he going to be continually switching between flank and no 8?

  • Comment 41, posted at 21.02.08 15:18:03 by Villie Reply
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  • I think just at VC level…we’re still a bit short of depth here IMO.

  • Comment 42, posted at 21.02.08 15:19:16 by Le Requinny Reply
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  • mentioned to RobD that the Sharks released their new signing Rudi Mathee (the young Lions u21 lock/flank)…this guy was mea\nt to be very highly rated, I wonder what went wrong.

    Not like there are too many other contenders.

  • Comment 43, posted at 21.02.08 15:20:30 by Le Requinny Reply
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  • thanks Quinny… interesting team. No fetcher, for one thing

  • Comment 44, posted at 21.02.08 15:23:06 by robdylan Reply
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  • Ulrich Jacques Potgieter
    Playing Position: Lock

    Province: Sharks
    Honours:
    2004 – EP U18 Coca Cola Craven Week (Nelspruit-SA)
    2005 – Kwazulu-Natal U19
    2006 – Sharks Academy 7′s
    2007 – Sharks U21

    No flank on bench – quelle surprise!

    Personal Details
    Full Name Ulrich Jacques
    Surname Potgieter
    Height 194cm
    Weight 104kg
    Birth Date 24 April 1986
    Birth City Port Elizabeth
    Marital Status Single
    Favourite Film Gladiator
    Favourite Music House
    Favourite Food Steak, Egg and Chips
    Primary School Verkenner Primary
    Secondary School Daniel Pienaar HTS, Uitenhage

  • Comment 45, posted at 21.02.08 15:27:39 by Le Requinny Reply
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  • They released Matthee? Where has he gone?

    He was Lions U21 player of the year last season and it was supposed to be a HUGE coup when he signed for us. This is very strange!

  • Comment 46, posted at 21.02.08 15:30:10 by Villie Reply
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  • OK, so I’m going to bang a drum now…

    AJ is klaar after the S14, & looks frankly past it (Step up AJ to prove me wrong).
    Epi Taione is a short-term solution.

    Who are we left with amongst our loose forwards?
    Kankowski
    Botes
    Daniel
    Deysel
    Downey (still u21 though)
    Shamako (retreaded lock)

    Think we need a top notch loosie as a 2008 Xmas present – Juan Smith anyone?

  • Comment 47, posted at 21.02.08 15:30:30 by Le Requinny Reply
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  • He’s with the Leopards now…

  • Comment 48, posted at 21.02.08 15:31:15 by Le Requinny Reply
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  • Any info on Pierre Bouwer, Schalk Van Jaarsveld or Neil De Bruin?

    Daniel Pienaar high….didn’t Sykes also go to school there?

  • Comment 49, posted at 21.02.08 15:32:23 by Villie Reply
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  • Even that Duane Vermeulen guy from Cheetahs…very promising! Or if we could poach Ernst Joubert from Lions would be good!! :grin:

    The Bulls messed Kuun by converting him to a hooker. He was decent as an impact flanker but so far nothing special as a hooker.

  • Comment 50, posted at 21.02.08 15:34:37 by Villie Reply
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  • there is now a wildebeest thread up ;)

  • Comment 51, posted at 21.02.08 15:42:12 by robdylan Reply
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  • Pierre Christo Bouwer
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    Personal Details
    Full Name Pierre Christo
    Surname Bouwer
    Height 182cm
    Weight 110kg
    Birth Date 30 August 1985
    Birth City Despatch
    Marital Status Single
    Favourite Film Braveheart
    Favourite Music Alternative/Rock
    Favourite Food Pizza
    Primary School Susanha Fourie
    Secondary School Despatch HS

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