The Sharks Under 19s kick off at 3pm with the Under 21s in action at 4.45pm ahead of the Currie Cup clash between The Sharks and Western Province. With so much on the line for all Sharks teams involved on Saturday, it’s a great opportunity to for anyone in the area to get to the stadium early and make a day of it.
Both the Sharks U21s and U19s teams could still possibly secure a home semifinal. While the Sharks U21s have their fate in their own hands, they will have to beat the high flying Western Province team to secure that 2nd spot. The U19s team on the other hand will know whether they still have a shot after the result between the MTN Golden Lions and Border on 10.30 Saturday morning.
With the Sharks Currie Cup team playing for a 1st place finish on the ABSA Currie Cup log, it will be an action packed afternoon not to be missed.
The Sharks under 19 side has let the cat out of the bag by selecting St Stithians schoolboy flyhalf Innocent Radebe on the bench, a sure indication that the talented youngster will ply his trade in Durban next year.
15. Sean Robinson, 14. Kotaro Matsushima, 13. Gareth Meikle, 12. Andre Esterhuizen, 11. Alcino Izaacs, 10. Robert du Preez, 9. Stefan Ungerer, 8. Guy Alexander, 7. Johan Meyer, 6. Khaya Majola, 5. Wade Elliot, 4. Wiehan Hay, 3. Nicolaas van Dyk, 2. Franco Marais (captain), 1. Allan Dell
Replacements 16. Greg Bauer, 17. Marne Coetzee, 18. David Fisher, 19. Dylan Nel, 20. Hanco Venter, 21. Duncan Campbell, 22. Michael Bernardt
15. Colin Willemse, 14. Michael Cloete, 13. Wion Robbertse, 12. Nkululeko Marwana, 11. Alrin Eksteen, 10. Jean-Luc du Plessis, 9. Cameron Wright, 8. Ayron Schramm, 7. Barend Potgieter, 6. Ray Williams, 5. JP Grobler, 4. Philip Odendaal, 3. Bart le Roux, 2. Chris De Beer (captain), 1. Stephan Morkel
Replacements: 16. Roan Dalzell, 17. Michael Downer, 18. Stefan van Schalkwyk, 19. Joseph Jones, 20. Jonas Mikalcius, 21. Lotter Pretorius, 22. Riaan O’Neill, 23. Innocent Radebe