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Getting the Balance Right

The style of rugby that balances defence with attack is a style the Cell C Sharks players have embraced themselves. Not because they have to, but because they really want to. One such player is Philip van der Walt who is 'enjoying' his first Vodacom Super Rugby pre-season with the Cell C Sharks, having joined the side ahead of the Absa Currie Cu…

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Honest Introspection

When things don’t go according to plan, you can either continue along the same path and believe in the possibility of a different outcome, or, if you’re the Cell C Sharks, you analyse deeply, identify issues and find ways to remedy them. There have been changes to the preparation of the 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby season that show a difference …

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The Honour of Captaincy

Pat Lambie is not only a popular choice as captain of the Cell C Sharks in 2016, but a fairly obvious choice given his rugby abilities, accomplishments and the esteem in which he is held by team-mates and opponents alike. "It's a huge honour and a challenge I'm hugely excited about," he says of the captaincy, "I am very fortunate to have a n…

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COACHING COURSE SCHEDULE

By 2016 ALL coaches in South Africa MUST have a valid Coaching Licence (World Rugby Qualification) or they will not be allowed to coach (as per Boksmart Ruling).  This is in the final stages of being legislated by government.  Total compliance by all parties concerned is expected. We were hoping to roll out Strength and Conditioning Courses …

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2016 SUPER RUGBY FIXTURES

The Cell C Sharks get their 2016 Vodacom Super Rugby campaign off to a start against the Kings at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth in week one action that kicks off on the weekend of 26/27 February. The Kings join an enlarged competition with a new format in 2016, with the current 15 team competition extended to 18, with the inclusion …

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