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THE SHARKS ARE THIRSTI FANS

Coinciding with #WorldWaterDay on the 22nd March 2019, the Sharks announced that they are true THIRSTI fans as they ratified THIRSTI Water as their official 2019 Hydration Partner. Sharks COO, Eduard Coetzee, said of their new partner, “We really like this young, disruptive KZN brand who, against all odds, entered an already saturated hydration …

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Preview: Cell C Sharks vs Rebels

The Cell C Sharks host the Rebels at JONSSON KINGS PARK on Saturday knowing that this is a must-win match that will get our Vodacom Super Rugby campaign back on track. The Rebels currently top the Australian Conference with 13 points from their four games, two points ahead of the Brumbies with 11 (having played five), while the Cell C Sharks hav…

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Action returns to Durban

The Cell C Sharks welcome the Rebels to JONSSON KINGS PARK on Saturday in a sixth round Vodacom Super Rugby clash that holds great importance for both sides.  The Rebels and the Cell C Sharks have both suffered defeats in the previous round and neither will want to follow up with a consecutive loss.  The Rebels will also hope to take some poin…

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Coming out Swinging

The Cell C Sharks have enjoyed a week’s break and an opportunity for introspection and are now rejuvenated and focused on welcoming the Rebels to JONSSON KINGS PARK for a sixth round Vodacom Super Rugby clash.   “Everyone got a decent amount of rest for our bye week, but we have to come out swinging this week,” explains Cell C Sharks t…

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Getting Back to Winning Ways

The Cell C Sharks will be looking to strike against the Rebels in this weekend’s showdown with the Aussies at JONSSON KINGS PARK in our return to Vodacom Super Rugby action. Two losses – against South African opposition – threw a spanner in the works after two good wins (against the Sunwolves and Blues) in the opening two weeks, but this mat…

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Reflections

Discipline and turn-overs cost the Cell C Sharks in our Vodacom Super Rugby clash with the Vodacom Bulls at Loftus on Saturday as it meant the home side could capitalise on this. Head Coach Robert du Preez summed it up after the match, saying, “It was another clinical performance from the Vodacom Bulls, they dismantled us, especially in that f…

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Loftus Disappointment

The Cell C Sharks went to Pretoria full of purpose but it was the Bulls who prevailed, 37-14, in a tense and uncompromising Vodacom Super Rugby clash on Saturday. The home side scored inside the opening five minutes following penalty advantage, Handré Pollard making no mistake with the three pointer. They would continue to exert pressure throug…

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Homegrown Talent on the Rise

Should he make his Vodacom Super Rugby debut off the bench against the Vodacom Bulls on Saturday, Fezokhule Mbatha’s appearance will mark a fairytale start to his senior career with the Cell C Sharks. A key member of the Cell C Sharks Under 19 success story last year in which the hooker played an integral role in the teams unbeaten run en-rout…

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