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A Fitting Finale

The Cell C Sharks will go into this Saturday’s Currie Cup Final against Western Province at Growthpoint KINGS PARK with a lot of confidence following our semi-final victory over a game and competitive Vodacom Blue Bulls side. It is a fitting finale to the domestic season, with the top two sides contesting the final, and the top finisher host…

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Sharks do the Business

A high quality Currie Cup semi-final saw the Cell C sharks emerge 37-27 victors over worthy opponents in the Blue Bulls to earn a home final at Growthpoint KINGS PARK next Saturday. Both sides need to be congratulated for playing adventurous and exciting running rugby, fitting of a semi-final. In fact the paying public would have been more than …

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Preview: Cell C Sharks vs Vodacom Blue Bulls

Saturday marks semi-final time and the excitement that comes with knowing that we’re at the business end of the Currie Cup competition when the Cell C Sharks host the Vodacom Blue Bulls at Growthpoint KINGS PARK. Head coach Robert du Preez has made three changes to his starting line-up and explains that as far as team selection, he has probabl…

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Keeping Continuity for the Semi-Final

The Cell C Sharks go into Saturday’s Currie Cup home semi-final against the Blue Bulls at Growthpoint KINGS PARK looking to continue where they left off after 10 straight victories in an impressive run of success during the pool stages of the competition. Not only will they take confidence out of that, or the fact that they are hosting the gam…

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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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WEDNESDAY COLUMN CLUB RUGBY

Go Nutz College Rovers pulled off one of their finest and most important victories in decades to earn a place in the semi-finals of the National Club Championship and an opportunity to be the first club in KZN to hold the Gold Cup up high. They travelled to Cape Town to face Tygerberg on their home turf at Florida Park in their all important quar…

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Knock-out Time

The Cell C Sharks will be looking to show the kind of form we demonstrated in our ten match winning streak that took us to an unassailable position on the log and the honour of hosting our knock-out matches for as long as we remain in the Currie Cup competition. Having suffered a hiccup against Western Province on the weekend, it’s back to pla…

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A Game of Two Halves

Both coaches admitted that the past Saturday’s Currie Cup final pool round clash between the Cell C Sharks and Western Province at Growthpoint KINGS PARK was a game of two distinct halves, with one under so much more pressure than the other. Cell C Sharks head coach Robert du Preez admitted that, “In the first half, although we were up on th…

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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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