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Two starting debutants for Sharks


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks, Super Rugby on 15 Feb 2018 at 11:08
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The Sharks go into Saturday’s Super Rugby opener against the Lions boasting just two new faces in the starting lineup, with flyhalf Robert du Preez and winger Makezole Mapimpi uncapped for the side at this level.

Both do, of course, have prior Super Rugby experience with the Stormers and Southern Kings respectively. They spearhead an exciting attacking backline that features Lwazi Mvovo and Sbu Nkosi as additional strikes threats in the back three. Robert du Preez (senior) has opted to reunite his regular centre pairing form last year’s Super Rugby campaign, with Andre Esterhuizen starting at inside centre and new Bok Lukhayno Am outside.

Cameron Wright starts in the number 9 jersey, adding to the solitary Super Rugby cap he picked up in 2015.

Beast Mtawarira will return to action via the bench this week, meaning a start for Juan Schoeman at loosehead. Thomas du Toit is on the opposite side, with Franco Marais sandwiched between them. Captain Ruan Botha and Stephan Lewies form an experienced lock pairing, while Keegan Daniel has earned the selection nod at number 8, paired with the enterprising Jacques Vermeulen and Philip van der Walt on the flanks.

On the bench, Akker van der Merwe will look to pick up a maiden Sharks Super Rugby cap (he has 50 for the Lions), while John-Hubert Meyer (2) and Hyron Andrews (9) have somewhat less experience. Daniel du Preez completes the forward reserve contingent.

Michael Claassens, Curwin Bosch and Kobus van Wyk complete the reserves, making Marius Louw perhaps the unluckiest player in the squad, given his pre-season form.

Sharks: 15 Lwazi Mvovo, 14 Sbu Nkosi, 13 Lukhanyo Am, 12 Andre Esterhuizen, 11 Makezole Mapimpi, 10 Robert du Preez, 9 Cameron Wright, 8 Keegan Daniel, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Philip van der Walt, 5 Stephan Lewies, 4 Ruan Botha (capt), 3 Thomas du Toit, 2 Franco Marais, 1 Juan Schoeman.
Reserves: 16 Akker van der Merwe, 17 Beast Mtawarira, 18 John-Hubert Meyer, 19 Hyron Andrews, 20 Daniel du Preez, 21 Michael Claassens, 22 Curwin Bosch, 23 Kobus van Wyk



70 Comments

  • Awesome can’t wait…feel sorry for Louw…really thought he deserved a place in the match day squad! Exciting looking back-line…hope they show what they can do!!!

  • Comment 1, posted at 15.02.18 11:17:35 by EugeneVT Reply
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  • I guess pretty much as expected, Beast on the bench after no rugby in the warm ups makes sense, Unlucky player? maybe Louw, and as I type this i see Rob did mention Louw being unlucky and I agree :mrgreen:

  • Comment 2, posted at 15.02.18 11:18:33 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • Glad to see Sbu getting a starting place… we really have exciting and talented wings…

  • Comment 3, posted at 15.02.18 11:20:34 by EugeneVT Reply
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  • Tyler Paul maybe a tad unlucky a he also played quite well in warm ups, fact though is you only have so many places and I reckon with the rotations all will get game time.

  • Comment 4, posted at 15.02.18 11:21:12 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • Strong team, feel for Marius Louw after his pre season form.
    It was a while ago that Keegan Daniel was person non grata at the Sharks SuperRugby squad and yet here he is again while others (coaches) have moved on. You just cant keep a good man down.

  • Comment 5, posted at 15.02.18 11:21:41 by Salmonoid the Subtle Reply
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  • To be honest a month ago before warm up matches I had the same backline with Schreuder starting and Wright on the bench and Van Wyk on the bench, Van Wyk played brilliantly in warm up games so he very unlucky not to start.

  • Comment 6, posted at 15.02.18 11:24:11 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • So no complaints re this team from me, of course it could be stronger with injured players out but that is the way the game rolls.

  • Comment 7, posted at 15.02.18 11:25:40 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • Actually looking at our front row? if they hold up well against the Lions all i can say is EISH!!!!! our front row on the bench is pretty powerful :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  • Comment 8, posted at 15.02.18 11:26:58 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • Overall its a good lineup, even if a bit unsure on the front row and subs and how they will fare. Got to feel unlucky for Louw and Paul…guess reputation trumps preseason games. Still reckon this team has a very good shot of beating the Lions.

  • Comment 9, posted at 15.02.18 11:27:11 by SheldonK Reply

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  • Strong looking team, good luck Sharks

  • Comment 10, posted at 15.02.18 11:28:31 by Mephisto_Shark Reply

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  • Very good team indeed! I would have also gone to Louw to start…then to the expense of who…think Andres selection is due to additional kicking option and the physique off course and come on how can he be left out anyway…looking forward to this game…a win and a solid defensive effort will do it for me!

  • Comment 11, posted at 15.02.18 11:33:15 by DuToit04 Reply

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  • Strong team with an impact bench. What will be interesting though is whether the Sharks, with their “new” game can get their strikers into space to score tries, something they weren’t able to do consistently last year.

  • Comment 12, posted at 15.02.18 11:33:59 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 12) : Going to be a damn tough game.

  • Comment 13, posted at 15.02.18 11:35:25 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • @sharks_lover (Comment 2) : tip from the top. Always read the article BEFORE typing a comment :D

  • Comment 14, posted at 15.02.18 11:39:29 by robdylan Reply
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  • @sharks_lover (Comment 13) : That it is. I’m nervous about it. Winning streaks come to and end and I’m hoping it won’t be this game but could very well be

  • Comment 15, posted at 15.02.18 11:40:12 by Baylion Reply

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  • :lol: @robdylan (Comment 14) : @robdylan (Comment 14) : lol boet the excitement made me go straight to the post block :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    All it tells you though is great minds think alike lol

  • Comment 16, posted at 15.02.18 11:40:36 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • @Salmonoid the Subtle (Comment 5) : Agreed on Keegan – he actually seems to enjoy his rugby more and the experience and game reading ability and energy just eases his selection

  • Comment 17, posted at 15.02.18 11:40:45 by DuToit04 Reply

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  • @sharks_lover (Comment 8) : Looking forward to Akker coming on and showing the lions what they missing!

  • Comment 18, posted at 15.02.18 11:43:00 by DuToit04 Reply

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  • If I look at the team it seems Rob SNR wants to go with a fast paced gameplan in the first 50 minutes or so, then bring some power and flair on for the last quarter. Beast, Akker and Dan provide some powerful muscle, Bosch and Kobus provide some sped and flair against a tiring backline and Claasens will bring some much needed experience and calmness to the closing quarter.

  • Comment 19, posted at 15.02.18 11:45:24 by KingRiaan Reply

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  • @DuToit04 (Comment 18) : For sure, that is a very strong bench we have, even Hyron Andrews must not be underestimated, he has been playing very well of late.

  • Comment 20, posted at 15.02.18 11:50:18 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • What I really appreciate about RdP senior is that he selects the best players for the job regardless of the media tension it may cause. I expect another article about poor old Chilliboy in the near future, but you simply cannot omit Franco or Akker from a team if they are fit and available. Overall a good looking team. Have to agree with you guys on Louw though. That said, I’m sure he’ll get his opportunity to shine.

  • Comment 21, posted at 15.02.18 11:57:27 by boertjie101 Reply

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  • Will be interesting to see when and if Zas will feature this season. Very excited to see him in a Sharks jersey soon.

  • Comment 22, posted at 15.02.18 11:59:03 by boertjie101 Reply

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  • @sharks_lover (Comment 4) : That will be key. A well planned and fair rotation.

  • Comment 23, posted at 15.02.18 12:19:04 by coolfusion Reply

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  • The SR is a VERY long competition, I’m sure the unlucky guys will get their time on the field to show what they can do. Who knows what AE’s stint in Japan did to his game, he might come out silky smooth whilst retaining his hard hitting attributes. We will see soon enough.

    What a bench to have :oops: :lol:

  • Comment 24, posted at 15.02.18 12:20:21 by Quintin Reply

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  • @DuToit04 (Comment 11) : Personally I would have kept Andre as a sub for 12 and 15. Just for the first 2-3 games.

  • Comment 25, posted at 15.02.18 12:20:54 by coolfusion Reply

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  • Personally I am very excited about this team.

    The back three have incredible fire power.

    The centres choose themselves.

    Flyhalf is exciting, a big physical rounded off baller.

    Scrummie, personally stoked to see Cam have a shot, he is our future.

    Loose trio we are blessed with options when all available and fit, no complaints, and love the KD is back at the back – a good balance.

    Locks are our two best starting, still hurts considering the quality that has come through our turnstiles
    Front row is power, with good bench option (Beast hello)

    The subs are impeccable, with so many more in the squad no doubt itching for some game time.
    All in all, a great match day squad to beat the Lions.

  • Comment 26, posted at 15.02.18 12:23:28 by Richard Reply

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  • @boertjie101 (Comment 22) : Zas will get his chance, he has been out injured a long time and is in recovery stage,

  • Comment 27, posted at 15.02.18 12:35:10 by sharks_lover Reply
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  • do people still play super bru?

  • Comment 28, posted at 15.02.18 12:37:31 by Poisy Reply
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  • @Poisy (Comment 28) : Jip, big Sharksworld group

  • Comment 29, posted at 15.02.18 12:39:34 by KingRiaan Reply

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  • Lions: 15. Andries Coetzee, 14. Sylvian Mahuza, 13. Lionel Mapoe, 12. Harold Vorster, 11. Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10. Elton Jantjies, 9. Ross Cronjé, 8. Warren Whiteley ©, 7. Cyle Brink, 6. Kwagga Smith, 5. Franco Mostert, 4. Andries Ferreira, 3. Ruan Dreyer, 2. Malcolm Marx, 1. Jacques van Rooyen.
    Replacements: 16. Robbie Coetzee, 17. Dylan Smith, 18. Jacobie Adriaanse, 19. Marvin Orie, 20 Marnus Schoeman, 21. Hacjivah Dayimani, 22. Howard Mnisi, 23. Rohan Janse van Rensburg.

    Two loosies on the bench and only two backline players, no reserve scrummie or flyhalf

  • Comment 30, posted at 15.02.18 12:52:03 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 30) : Overall still a very strong team. Very interesting bench though…not sure who will play 9 if Cronje goes down?

  • Comment 31, posted at 15.02.18 12:59:11 by SheldonK Reply

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  • Just taking a quick look at some of the Sharks players not involved this weekend for various reasons: Coenie Oosthuizen, JL DuPreez, Louis Schreuder,Chilliboy Ralapelle, Jean Droste, Tyler Paul, Terra Mthembu, Wian Vosloo, Jeremy Ward, Marius Louw, Tristan Blewitt, Leolin Zas, Rhyno Smith…some interesting names still to feature

  • Comment 32, posted at 15.02.18 13:02:47 by SheldonK Reply

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  • @SheldonK (Comment 31) : Andries Coetzee probably covers 9 and 10

  • Comment 33, posted at 15.02.18 13:03:30 by Baylion Reply

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  • @KingRiaan (Comment 29) : thank you

  • Comment 34, posted at 15.02.18 13:07:25 by Poisy Reply
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  • @Baylion (Comment 33) : I can see him covering 10…but 9? eish i wouldnt fancy that scenario if i was a Lions supporter. Interesting they go with 2 loose forwards on the bench…perhaps concerned with Kwagga not able to play 80min yet and then a sub for Brink…

  • Comment 35, posted at 15.02.18 13:15:42 by SheldonK Reply

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  • @SheldonK (Comment 35) : Or Kwagga covers 9?

    Still, a weird bench

  • Comment 36, posted at 15.02.18 13:25:18 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 30) : Very strong team imo. And considering that Marx basically counts as another loosie for you guys we will have our work cut out at the breakdowns with Kwagga also there. I like that they are backing Harold Vorster, he was in good form since Rohan got injured.

  • Comment 37, posted at 15.02.18 13:28:25 by Quintin Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 36) : Yeh def odd. Starting lineup i fully get though.

  • Comment 38, posted at 15.02.18 13:34:31 by SheldonK Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 30) : Quite a gambit by Swys, let’s see how it pans out for them. Sharks need this win, Lions bit of a bogey for us these last few Super seasons.

  • Comment 39, posted at 15.02.18 13:43:28 by Richard Reply

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  • @SheldonK (Comment 31) : I imagine Coetzee could cover there for a few minutes, and I’m pretty sure Kwagga could do the job too…

  • Comment 40, posted at 15.02.18 13:54:29 by Karl Reply

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  • @Karl (Comment 40) : Im sure Whiteley could too, but question is whether your side would keep fluidity with them there. Cant remember seeing a teamsheet where there was no 9&10 on the bench…

  • Comment 41, posted at 15.02.18 14:01:47 by SheldonK Reply

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  • @Karl (Comment 40) : Eish…remember when Mallet chose that Italian flanker at 9, was a disaster

  • Comment 42, posted at 15.02.18 14:02:19 by KingRiaan Reply

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  • Good looking Lions team….going to be a cracker! Can’t wait!
    Looks like it will rain Saturday…will spoil the flow of the game but might count in our favor being used to a slippery ball….remember last year’s Currie Cup game against the lions in the Tank!!! ;-)
    Go Sharks!! We need to start well…

  • Comment 43, posted at 15.02.18 15:00:13 by EugeneVT Reply
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  • Maybe Akker would have been better to start against Marx.

  • Comment 44, posted at 15.02.18 15:01:39 by coolfusion Reply

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  • I hope that our loosies are ready for a battle because with their Loose forwards and Marx the ruck is going to be very busy.
    Dreyer is starting so provided Thomas can hold his end we should get loads of scrum penalties :grin:

    @coolfusion (Comment 44) : That is a very good point and feel that may have been a very good way to go but in Rob we trust.

  • Comment 45, posted at 15.02.18 16:06:21 by Hulk Reply

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  • @Hulk (Comment 45) : I am keen to see if the Lions can match the Sharks looses actually. They haven’t got a like for like replacement for Ackermann. Brink is a hard worker, but he lacks the punch and physicality that Ackermann brought to the team. In Kwagga, Brink and Whiteley, they are simply too light in my opinion.
    All under 100 kg’s??
    Sharks have a lovely blend. Nice line out option in vd Walt. Nice balance in the loose trio with Vermeulen, vd Walt and Daniels.

  • Comment 46, posted at 15.02.18 16:24:25 by KingCheetah Reply

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  • @Quintin (Comment 37) : @coolfusion (Comment 44) : @Hulk (Comment 45) : @KingCheetah (Comment 46) : That’s true, I think our balance is much better, but like I said earlier, specifically at the break down area, Marx is a beast and Kwagga too. But with ball in hand, defense and linkup play with the backs, I think we have their number there.

  • Comment 47, posted at 15.02.18 16:29:10 by Quintin Reply

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  • @Quintin (Comment 47) : “But with ball in hand, defense and linkup play with the backs, I think we have their number there.”

    You’re joking, right?

  • Comment 48, posted at 15.02.18 17:57:19 by Baylion Reply

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  • @KingCheetah (Comment 46) : Kwagga 80kg, Brink 99kg and WW108kg according to the Lions web site

  • Comment 49, posted at 15.02.18 17:59:01 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 48) : All said in regards with our loose trio only.

  • Comment 50, posted at 15.02.18 18:00:15 by Quintin Reply

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  • @Quintin (Comment 50) : I know, which is why I’m asking

  • Comment 51, posted at 15.02.18 18:05:57 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Quintin (Comment 50) : I’m very interested to see how the Sharks’ new, more attractive rugby, game plan is going to come together this season, how the players are going to gel. And more specifically, whether the wings are going to get ball in space to allow them to score tries.

    Can Sbu Nkosi live up to the hype? Will the sharks game suit Mapimpi the same way the Kings and Cheetahs games did

    Interesting that the Sharks top try scorer of last year is playing off the bench.

  • Comment 52, posted at 15.02.18 18:10:35 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 51) : Then no I’m not joking. We were discussing the balance between those categories, not a direct comparison of it.

  • Comment 53, posted at 15.02.18 18:12:30 by Quintin Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 52) : Yeah look, taking on a new style of play will surely not bare fruit over night. I am however, still skeptical about whether or not we will actually commit to the ‘attractive rugby’ that everyone wants to see. To me, a blend of ruggedness in the tight affairs and attacking flair is much better to have especially in play-off matches where things are tighter than in a regular seasons game.

  • Comment 54, posted at 15.02.18 18:18:04 by Quintin Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 49) : I thought Brink was heavier than that

  • Comment 55, posted at 15.02.18 18:51:53 by robdylan Reply
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  • @robdylan (Comment 55) : The Lions have a new web site so I assume that the data is up to date (Saru has him at 98kg)

  • Comment 56, posted at 15.02.18 18:56:56 by Baylion Reply

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  • @robdylan (Comment 55) : Someone with contacts ( :lol: ) confirmed Brink at 114kg. Apparently he was up to 120kg but trimmed down in the pre-season

  • Comment 57, posted at 15.02.18 19:45:26 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 57) : Yeah that’s what I thought.

  • Comment 58, posted at 15.02.18 20:05:39 by robdylan Reply
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  • @Baylion (Comment 49) : Geez Bay, I seriously doubt the veracity of that. I Whiteley looks 100kg. Saw a photo on the web, and he certainly doesn’t look to be that heavy. Same for Cyle Brink. Wikipedia and SA Rugby have them at 98 kg’s Sorry I see SA Rugby also shows Warren at 108 now.

  • Comment 59, posted at 16.02.18 07:18:34 by KingCheetah Reply

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  • @Baylion (Comment 52) @Quintin (Comment 54) : I hate this “embracing a new attractive brand of rugby talk”. Play the game and if the moment allows you to go wide and all out attack do that. If you need to keep it with the forwards and work it up slow, do that. This isn’t a show, the other team isn’t trying to let you entertain the crowd. Forget that and work on creating dominance over your opponent regardless of how you do that. If you are destroying the opposing team your fans will be entertained. Yes the Sharks needed to expand their attack game from 2017 and I’d love to see more prowess on attack but for the love of god don’t do it for the sack of “entertainment”, do it to win.

  • Comment 60, posted at 16.02.18 07:57:56 by Hulk Reply

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  • @Hulk (Comment 60) : 100% agree mate. I think most people who has a good understanding of the game feels the same way, it’s unfortunately just a very popular topic or phrase to use these days.

  • Comment 61, posted at 16.02.18 08:16:02 by Quintin Reply

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  • @Hulk (Comment 60) : You’re right of course. Playing an attractive brand and losing don’t draw the crowds, winning does. But according to media reports RdP Snr is under some pressure to deliver a brand that will draw spectators back to Kings Park, and it will be interesting to see how he goes about it

  • Comment 62, posted at 16.02.18 08:16:26 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Hulk (Comment 60) : Agreed, the fans want a winning team which could eventually finally pick up a trophy.

    You don’t win Super Rugby trophies without being in the top 3 try scoring teams. With the changes to the rules for bonus points you need a pretty decent defense as well.

    So the focus for the Sharks should be on using their opportunities to score tries – and it does not matter whether it is from mauls, fancy backline moves, cross kicks, pick and drives, players bashing, …

    The biggest issue for me with the Sharks is our ball retention – if we can keep the ball for longer periods while in the red zone and make better decisions on attack the tries will come (or at least we can rack up some penalties)

    And obviously when they don’t have the ball, they need to defend like demons.

  • Comment 63, posted at 16.02.18 08:16:46 by Bokhoring Reply
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  • @Bokhoring (Comment 63) : Valid points. Try scoring BPs has a major impact on log position and, by extension, on home ground advantage in the play-offs. Last year the Sharks managed 1, the Lions & Canes 9 (effectively 2 wins extra) and the Saders 7.

  • Comment 64, posted at 16.02.18 08:30:03 by Baylion Reply

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  • @Bokhoring (Comment 63) : @Baylion (Comment 64) : Interesting. Great points you make.

    Anyone a tad bit concerned about how the players and refs will interpret the new tackle laws? I’ve got a feeling we are gonna see some mistakes from both the players and refs. Guess it will depend on how strict they are about it or where they deem the tackle ‘gate’ is.

  • Comment 65, posted at 16.02.18 08:38:52 by Quintin Reply

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  • I personally think the most important combination for the Sharks this season will not be on the field. Looking forward to see how the fairly conservative Du Preez and more adventurous Muir works together in the coaching team. Hopefully they can be as successful as the combo of White and Jones for the Boks in 2007.

  • Comment 66, posted at 16.02.18 09:00:26 by Bokhoring Reply
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  • @Bokhoring (Comment 66) : Or Muir and Plumtree in 2007

  • Comment 67, posted at 16.02.18 09:25:28 by KingRiaan Reply

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  • @KingRiaan (Comment 67) : They were almost (but not quite) successful :razz:

  • Comment 68, posted at 16.02.18 09:56:05 by Bokhoring Reply
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  • @Bokhoring (Comment 68) : Not their fault the players were a bunch of dumbassess

  • Comment 69, posted at 16.02.18 10:44:29 by KingRiaan Reply

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  • Is there a late injury change? Just saw on the Rovers fb page they wishing scrummy Grant Williams well for his game vs Lions tomorrow?

  • Comment 70, posted at 16.02.18 11:42:45 by SheldonK Reply

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