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GET PLOGGING AND HELP MAKE DURBAN GREAT

Both The Sharks and our stadium naming rights sponsor, Jonsson Workwear, believe in creating a better world, every day. Inspired by Nelson Mandela’s words that “You can start changing our world for the better daily, no matter how small the action”, Jonsson Workwear has teamed up with The Sharks, Bay Union and JT Ross to launch the PLOG Squ…

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Wednesday Club Rugby Column

It wasn't pretty and it was most definitely not at all entertaining, but it was most certainly an enthralling and nail bighting affair that saw College Rovers maintain their unbeaten record in the Fidelity ADT Premier Division league when they edged out SA Home Loans Durban Collegians 8-0 on KP 3 the home of Rovers last Saturday. Leading 5-0 at …

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Onwards to the Playoffs

It was the perfect storm as the Cell C Sharks scored a well-deserved 20-10 Vodacom Super Rugby victory over the Jaguares at a wet JONSSON KINGS PARK on Saturday evening to advance to the knock-out rounds. The permutations were almost endless. Had the Highlanders lost to the Rebels earlier in the day, then all would be lost as far as our advancem…

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We’re Through

It took a huge defensive effort, not to mention a Highlanders’ victory earlier in the day, but ultimately, the Cell C Sharks were too good for the Jaguares in their 20-10 Vodacom Super Rugby victory at JONSSON KINGS PARK to earn a place in the knock-out rounds. The Cell C Sharks players would have had their hearts in their throats watching the…

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New Sponsor for Murray Cup

One of the oldest and most prestigious Club Rugby competitions in the world, the Murray Cup, has received the backing of a new title sponsor, Hollywoodbets. Hollywoodbets’ title sponsorship sees them receive naming rights for the tournament, which will now be known as the Hollywoodbets Murray Cup competition. Together with Hollywoodbets, th…

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Minor Tweaks for Jaguares

Cell C Sharks head coach Robert du Preez has largely stuck with last week’s side in naming his team to host the Jaguares at JONSSON KINGS PARK on Saturday in the final round of the Vodacom Super Rugby pool stages. That this is a must win match, a knock-out or final if you will, cannot be more emphasised and the team know only too well the impo…

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Thriving Under Pressure

When it has mattered most, the Cell C Sharks have delivered the goods in this year’s Vodacom Super Rugby competition, notably some outstanding performances against New Zealand opposition as well as the defeat of the Emirates Lions two weeks ago. Following the loss to the DHL Stormers at Newlands last Saturday, the Cell C Sharks once again find…

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Kick-off Time

The SA Rugby U19 Championship kicks off this weekend for the Cell C Sharks Under 19s who travel to Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium to take on the EP Elephants Under 19s on Saturday. The issue facing the Under 19 side each year is the same, one of bonding a new group of players together and getting them to gel in a relatively short space of time. To a…

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Knock-out Time

Although it’s not technically a knock-out match this Saturday when the Cell C Sharks host the Jaguares at JONSSON KINGS PARK on Saturday, the clash will determine our continued presence in the Vodacom Super Rugby tournament. Daniel du Preez had to undergo a medical examination after leaving the field against the Stormers on Saturday, but the g…

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