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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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Preview: Cell C Sharks vs Western Province

The Cell C Sharks will go into tomorrow’s Currie Cup showdown with Western Province with the luxury of not having to worry about the result, given our lead at the top of the Currie Cup. The worst case scenario would see the final round of the pool stages ending with us still on top, 12 points clear of the closest challenger, although there is …

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Maintaining Momentum

The Cell C Sharks will close out the pool stages of this year’s Currie Cup competition when we host Western Province at Growthpoint KINGS PARK this Saturday afternoon (3pm) seeking a commanding performance before the play-offs. With home ground advantage for next weekend’s semi-final already all sewn up, the Cell C Sharks don’t need a resu…

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WEDNESDAY COLUMN CLUB RUGBY

Sometimes decisions in rugby games can be harsh if not really cruel. Its happened on many occasions this season and no doubt in many a season before and will continue to plague teams in the years and seasons to come. Sometimes the laws of this game also create these often moments that end in heartache, but that as they say in the classics, is the v…

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The End of an Era

Odwa Ndungane will be closing out an illustrious career with the Cell C Sharks when he retires at the end of this year’s Currie Cup campaign, having served the team with dignity and honour. Although not from Durban, he felt an affinity with the Cell C Sharks growing up in a region where there was a tie between the coastal teams from KZN and th…

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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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Chasing a Semi-final

The Cell C Sharks Under 21s will be looking to secure a place in the top four this Friday when they host the Golden Lions in their SA Rugby Under 21 Championship match on KP2 at Growthpoint KINGS PARK.After losing 39-33 to Free State in their previous match, the pressure is on to remain in fourth spot on the log, with Free State trailing behind by …

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Wet Weather Tactics

The Cell C Sharks 10th consecutive win in this year’s Currie Cup competition has set us up perfectly for the remainder of the competition, with no other side able to challenge our status as log leaders. Despite the fact that we enjoy a bye this weekend while other teams play catch-up in the games played column, we have built up a lead that can…

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Ten out of Ten

The Cell C Sharks cannot be usurped at the top of the Currie Cup log following our 24-10 victory over the Golden Lions at a wet Growthpoint KINGS PARK on Friday evening. While the player warm-up was taking place, the Toto classic Africa was played over the public address, and boy was it serendipitous as the rain truly came down, shades of last w…

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