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The worst has indeed been confirmed, with Sharks scrumhalf Cobus Reinach having to return from tour after just one game, as the result of an ankle injury.
Reinach has confirmed via Twitter that he’s on his way back to South AFrica and should arrive in Durban at 7pm today. There hasn’t been a detailed prognosis delivered yet, but an MRI...Read Full Story
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Bad news coming out of Durban is the confirmation that Bok winger Lwazi Mvovo has suffered a thumb fracture and will be out of action for anything up to six weeks as the result.
Mvovo has apparently already had surgery to correct the problem, but given that the Sharks leave on their Anitpodean tour in around three weeks’ time, the reality is...Read Full Story
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John Plumtree hsa named arguably his strongest available line-up to face the Lions in Johannesburg this weekend.
Recently-released Springboks Craig Burden and Lwazi Mvovo have been included in the starting lineup, as expected; Burden comes in for Pieter Dixon, but to Plumtree’s credit, he has persisted with young Monde Hadebe on the bench...Read Full Story
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Time for our weekly statistical analysis of the Sharks game, thanks to the Versuco stats kindly supplied by www.ruggastats.com.
Starting off with a look at defence, as always, we see that the Sharks as a whole did pretty well as a unit, a factor which pleased John Plumtree. Only 6 tackles were missed...Read Full Story
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The Sharks have named a very experimental-looking starting side for Friday night’s warm up game against Boland, which kicks off at 7pm at Mr Price Kings Park.
Perhaps more interesting than the starting line up itself, though, is the composition of the 13-man bench; together, they paint the picture of a 28-man squad...Read Full Story
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