Sharks XV take their campaign to the Cape

Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks, Vodacom Cup, WP on 3 Mar 2010 at 08:00
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Any Sharks supporter based in the Mother City can have no excuse whatsoever for missing out on a trip to Newlands this Saturday.

In addition to the small matter of the Stormers against the Highlanders (5pm kick-off), two other games will allow the opportunity to see the future of Sharks rugby take the field. The first curtain-raiser, at 13h00, sees the Baby Boks, with three junior Sharks forwards in their ranks, take on the Argentine under 20s. It’s the second appetiser, though, that will probably be elevated to main course status for Sharks fans – Sean Everitt’s exciting Sharks XV up against local boys Western Province in the Vodacom Cup.

Remember that we are offering big points incentives for people who go out and support the Sharks XV this year. Anyone who submits live score updates from the game will bag 1000 Sharksworld points, as will anyone who sends in a match report after the game. A picture of yourself with a Sharks XV player is worth 500 points, while simply getting out to support the team at the game (and providing us some prove that you were there) will nett you 250.

Come on, Sharks fans. Let’s get out to Newlands en masse this weekend and make it feel like a home game for the Sharks XV team.


  • I wonder if Charlie is interested in seeing his beloved SharksXV get beaten!!!

    (like he did during the pre-season game)

    Go Province!!! :mrgreen:

  • Comment 1, posted at 03.03.10 08:12:49 by wpw Reply
  • @wpw (Comment 1) : Can’t be in 2 places @ the same time, don’t waste my time I have a game to play, BTW WP’s VC team is ‘n pap span 😉

  • Comment 2, posted at 03.03.10 08:27:44 by Charlie Reply

  • good to see our currie cup team is doing well. they should be pleased to know they have a good chance to be a super 14 player next year.

  • Comment 3, posted at 03.03.10 08:37:27 by try time Reply

  • WP lost to Boland on the weekend,Hottie Louw shafted us again!

  • Comment 4, posted at 03.03.10 08:58:57 by provincejoulekkading Reply
  • @Charlie (Comment 2) :

    I saw that Shimange is captaining the side. 😯

    @provincejoulekkading (Comment 4) :

    Do you have any idea if Hoffman played well??

    I’m glad Bolla is rubbing WP’s noses in it!! 😈

  • Comment 5, posted at 03.03.10 09:00:37 by wpw Reply
  • @Charlie (Comment 2) :
    Who do you play for, other than the Sharks and Boks of course?

  • Comment 6, posted at 03.03.10 09:20:11 by Salmonoid Reply
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  • @provincejoulekkading (Comment 4) :
    I think he got sent off as well. I didnt even know he was in the country.

  • Comment 7, posted at 03.03.10 09:21:30 by Salmonoid Reply
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  • rob can list the fixtures for the sharks 15 for us please, i like to plan ahead

  • Comment 8, posted at 03.03.10 10:01:25 by willa Reply

  • @Salmonoid (Comment 7) : Me neither, apparently WP were totally outplayed, Loffies Bolanders looked a very good unit.

  • Comment 9, posted at 03.03.10 10:04:54 by provincejoulekkading Reply
  • The Boland Cavaliers surprised friend and foe on Saturday when they beat a star studded Western Province team by 37-28 (22-16) in their opening Vodacom Cup match played in Bredasdorp.
    Eugene Eloff’s team started the match in great fashion by building multiple phases, defending like demons when they had to, but more than anything else, they looked much happier than the team who didn’t win a single match in the 2009 competition.

    Province, with the likes of Willem de Waal, Frikkie Welsch and Fabian Juries in the side, never really got into the match with Boland controlling the majority of the ball.

    Boland flanker Franzel September scored two tries in the first half. And his flyhalf, Dean Grant, had an exceptional afternoon with the boot. At the break the ‘visiting home team’ led by 22-16, with Coenrad Marias scoring Province’s only try.

    Hottie Louw scored his first try in a Boland-jersey shortly after play started again. Boland mauled the visitors over their own tryline after gaining position and a line-out from a penalty.

    The former Province- and Blue Bulls lock got sent off the field shortly afterwards, but that didn’t stop Zandré Jordaan from scoring Boland’s fith try. PJ Vermeulen (centre) deserves to be mentioned in this movement.

    Though Province scored two more tries in the last quarter, it was too little too late. Boland had the upper hand in the scrums, in the rucks and mauls, and their performance was not that of a team who went through a hellish 2009 – both on and off the field.


    Boland – Tries: Franzel September (2), Dean Grant, Hottie Louw, Zandré Jordaan. Conversions: Dean Grant (3). Penalties: Grant (2).
    Vodacom WP 28 – Tries: Coenrad Marais, Yaya Hartzenberg, Bradley Fortuin. Conversions: De Waal (2). Penalties: De Waal (3).

  • Comment 10, posted at 03.03.10 10:08:06 by provincejoulekkading Reply
  • @willa (Comment 8) : that’s a good idea… let me get onto it.

  • Comment 11, posted at 03.03.10 10:12:08 by robdylan Reply
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  • @provincejoulekkading (Comment 10) :
    Im very surprised to read how good Boland were because they were really poor againt the Stormers at the new stadium.

  • Comment 12, posted at 03.03.10 10:21:03 by Salmonoid Reply
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  • @willa (Comment 8) : here ya go:

  • Comment 13, posted at 03.03.10 10:38:24 by robdylan Reply
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