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Reflections of Success

The Cell C Sharks successfully negotiated their way through a potential banana skin fixture last Friday when they defeated the Boland Cavaliers 41-20 in Wellington, a result that keeps them in the hunt for a top four finish. After the first three rounds of this year's Currie Cup competition, the Cell C Sharks have collected maximum points, their…

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Mission Accomplished

The Cell C Sharks took a full house of log points out of their Currie Cup clash with the Boland Cavaliers in Wellington on Friday afternoon with a well-desered 41-20 victory. A solid first half, with the bonus point earned before half-time, laid the platform for a fairly emphatic win, but the second half perhaps didn't quite flow at the tempo th…

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Preview: The Cell C Sharks vs Boland

The Cell C Sharks are away for the second time in three weeks as they visit the picturesque area of Boland in the Western Cape to play the Boland Cavaliers this afternoon (3pm kick-off). In order to accommodate tomorrow’s Test match between the Springboks and Argentina at Mbombela Stadium, three Currie Cup fixtures are scheduled for later toda…

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Junior Action

The junior Cell C Sharks teams will be traveling to Profert Olen Park to take on the Leopards in this weekend’s round of Under 19 and Under 21 competition fixtures on Saturday. The Under 19 team will take a large amount of confidence out of last week’s come from behind 45-41 victory over Eastern Province when they looked dead and buried earl…

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No Cavalier Approach

The Cell C Sharks will be looking to make it three from three as they focus on the next challenge in the Currie Cup, Friday afternoon’s clash with the Cavaliers at Boland Stadium in Wellington. The team have played exciting rugby, much of it possible thanks to the dominance the forwards have established upfront, and they are revelling in the o…

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Stepping Up

It’s not only a group thing but also an individual need to be a positive impact for your team, and Stephan Lewies is a player who has known the depths of despair as well as the jubilation of participating. Not only is the continuity from Super Rugby a positive influence on the Cell C Sharks form in the early stages of the Currie Cup, but on a …

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Starting Well

For the Cell C Sharks to entertain hopes of defeating Griquas on Friday night, they knew they needed to get points on the board early, both for their own confidence and to put questions into their opponents' minds. And start well they did. Within a handful of minutes they had scored two tries and while that didn't exactly lead to a Griquas' capi…

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GRAHAM MACKENZIE STEPS DOWN

At a KZNRU Council meeting held today, Graham Mackenzie, President of the KZNRU, elected to step down.  Graham said: "I’ve served the KZNRU for nine years in various capacities, including President, for the past five years.  I have reached a personal juncture in my life, where I now need to give focus to my personal and business life.  The lat…

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Two from Two

The Cell C Sharks maintained their perfect record in the Currie Cup with a 46-24 victory over a gutsy but outplayed Griquas side who were blown away in the first half and could never recover. For the home side, back-to-back five pointers is a great start, and they will look back on this victory with great pride. It was achieved against perennial…

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