CELL C SHARKS COACHING NEWS

Durban, 17th November 2017: In 2017, the introduction of Robert du Preez as the Cell C Sharks Head Coach coincided with the assembling of a young talented squad, which paved the way for a new era at the Cell C Sharks. A three-year plan was structured and implemented to take us forward and reclaim our winning ways. In year one, there was sufficie…

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OFFICIAL RESPONSE TO THE SUNDAY TIMES ARTICLE

In response to a disappointing article that appeared in the Sunday Times yesterday titled: Coach Row at Sharks, we believe it is important to advise the public of the facts that were presented to the newspaper in response to their allegations, which they chose to publish only parts of, in order to sensationalize a story that has no merit. The Sh…

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Sticking to the routine

Winning 10 matches on the run in this year’s Currie Cup did not come about by accident or luck, but by pure hard work and design, with the Cell C Sharks intent on continuing where they left off against the Blue Bulls in the last encounter.   This Saturday afternoon’s [2.30pm] Currie Cup home semi-final is a replay of the match a month ago, a…

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The Cell C Sharks go down

The Cell C Sharks lost 31-20 to Western Province in our final pool match of the Currie Cup at Growthpoint KINGS PARK in a game where the result was of no importance, except for the visitors. Western Province secured second spot on the log with the win, while our unassailable position at the top of the log meant we were always going to have a hom…

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TRIBUTE MATCH FOR ODWA NDUNGANE

Durban, 9th October 2017: After more than a decade of dedication and service in the black and white jersey, Cell C Sharks wing Odwa Ndungane will close the curtain on his illustrious career at the end of the 2017 rugby season. Having arrived in Durban in 2005, he soon became an integral part of the team and over the years words such as “Mr. De…

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REINFORCEMENT AT LOCK

Durban, 18th September 2017: The Cell C Sharks are happy to announce the signing of lock Gideon Koegelenberg on a two-year contract. In 2012, Koegelenberg enrolled at The Sharks Academy and earned one cap for the Cell C Sharks XV in 2013. He makes a welcome return to Durban after spending the past two seasons in Italy, playing for Italian club Z…

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Farewell Patrick Lambie

Durban, 11th September 2017:  The Sharks confirm the departure of Springbok and Cell C Sharks flyhalf, Patrick Lambie, who has requested a release from his contract to pursue a three-year contract with Racing 92 in France. KZN born Patrick fulfilled a life-long dream when he made his debut for The Sharks back in 2009.  With close on 100 caps f…

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