Sharksworld’s Currie Cup Team of the Week

Written by Maria Delport (Letgo)

Posted in :Bulls, Cheetahs, Currie Cup, Lions, Original Content, Other SA Teams, Sharks, WP on 3 Oct 2012 at 08:15

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Only two weeks of rugby remain before the semi finals. The Sharks and the Lions both took victories from their games to create a little more breathing space between then and the rest of the competition. Six points separate the third placed WP with the Bulls at the bottom of the log and even though they need only one more victory to secure a semi final spot, they will have to ensure that they take that victory against the Bulls at Loftus this weekend, as any slip could put them in a difficult spot in the final week of round games.

This week our three winners shares the numbers in our team, as per usual, with the Lions having 5 players in our team and the Sharks and Cheetahs 4 each. WP and Griquas gets 1 and the Bulls miss out completely.
15. Louis Ludik

Even in the worse of conditions Ludik stood out as the best Fullback.

14. Nico Scheepers

His goal kicking and taking pressure of the shaky boot of Ebersohn has been important for the Cheetahs.

13. Lionel Mapoe

His looking comfortable in his new role at centre and deserves the call-up he got from the Bok selectors.

12. Meyer Bosman

Although his kicking was wayward this week, his performances in the midfield continues to impress.

11. Raymond Rhule

What an exciting player, slicing and stepping through the defence with his blistering pace.

10. Sias Ebersohn

He still needs to get his full confidence back, but with a little more consistent game time he’ll get there.

9. Cobus Reinach

A young scrumhalf with great potential, just what South African rugby needs.

8. Keegan Daniel

Continues to deliver his best.

7. Jaco Kriel

Another promising loose forward.

6. Marnus Schoeman

One of the best fetchers in this competition.

5. Franco van der Merwe

Rarely ever delivers a bad performance.

4. Micheal Rhodes

Back from an injury and getting back to some of his best form

3. Frans Malherbe

A solid performance from the youngster.

2. Callie Visagie

He is growing in his role at the Lions.

1. Mercel van der Merwe

Gets involved everywhere on the field and he can play on both sides of the scrum.

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  • Am i missing the highlighted number on this page?

  • Comment 1, posted at 17.10.12 13:10:27 by flop Reply
  • .

  • Comment 2, posted at 17.10.12 14:06:05 by FireTheLooser Reply
  • Ha, are you saying theres a full stop highlighted? Am i blind?

  • Comment 3, posted at 24.10.12 10:38:13 by flop Reply
  • I am sure as hell thought that Lambie was slotted in at 10 and that was also the highlighted number…???

    Sias Ebersohn?? is someone fooling around in the background here? 😈

  • Comment 4, posted at 24.10.12 10:43:07 by Ice Reply
    Competition Winner Ice
  • @Ice (Comment 4) : Oh gosh, I am dof! LOL 😳

  • Comment 5, posted at 24.10.12 11:05:25 by Ice Reply
    Competition Winner Ice
  • Well i’m still confused.

  • Comment 6, posted at 24.10.12 15:05:40 by flop Reply

  • Look at the date on the post – 3rd October 😆

  • Comment 7, posted at 24.10.12 15:14:23 by Bokhoring Reply
  • @Bokhoring (Comment 7) : thats whay I say…I am being very dof here! LOL :mrgreen:

  • Comment 8, posted at 24.10.12 15:46:25 by Ice Reply
    Competition Winner Ice

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