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U19 + U21 – Bulls vs Sharks

Written by Richard Ferguson (Richard Ferguson)

Posted in :Bulls, Currie Cup, In the news, Sharks on 3 Sep 2011 at 11:00
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The curtain raisers at Loftus today should make for some interesting rugby as the Sharks are away to the Bulls, and with three games taking place, both unions will be looking for a clean sweep.

The U19’s are up first, with kick off at 12h40, where they will be hoping to put on a better display compared to the heavy loss they took against the Lions last weekend. There have been a few changes to the team in an attempt to find the best starting 15, and I’m sure the boys will give their best.

The Sharks U19: 15. Keelin Bastew, 14. Janco Tiedt, 13. Andrew Holland, 12. Ruan Allerston, 11. Siyabonga Tom, 10. Heinrich Arendse, 9. Ivan Ludick, 8. Stephan Deyzel, 7. Alwyn Jansen van Vuuren, 6. Khaya Majola, 5. Stephan Lewies, 4. Wade Elliot, 3. Nicolaas van Dyk, 2. Franco Marais, 1. Allan Dell (Capt)

Reserves: 16. Senzo Mtshali, 17. Simon Kerrod, 18. Ernst Ladendorf, 19. Jason Klaasen, 20. Guy Alexander, 21. Nicol Linde, 22. Robert du Preez, 23. Riaan van Zyl.

Blue Bulls U19: Christian Rust, Richard Dean Gorrah, William Small-Smith (k), Christopher Bosch, Travis Ismaiel, Tony Jantjies, Rudi van Rooyen, Nardus van der Walt, Malherbe van Wyk, Shaun Adendorff, Schalk van Heerden, Herman Groenewald, Jencus van Wyk, Jason Thomas, Du Toit Genis.

Reserves: Jaco Visagie, Christoph Gouws, Stefan Willemse, Meyrick Walker, Jacques Olivier, Danie Ludick, Andile Jho.

The U21’s are doing a bit better at the moment as a win today could secure them second spot on the log. They do face a talented Bulls outfit though, and will have to play for 80 minutes the way they played in the last 20 against the Lions last weekend. The loss of Francois Kleinhans is a significant one, but Chris Cloete will take the opportunity with both hands!

The Sharks U21: 15. Gouws Prinsloo, 14. Jaco van Tonder, 13. Piet Lindeque, 12. Heimar Williams, 11. Nico van der Westhuizen, 10. Fred Zeilinga, 9. Cobus Reinach, 8. Lubabalo Mtembu, 7. Siseko Jafta, 6. Chris Cloete, 5. Peet Marais, 4. Pieter-Stef du Toit, 3. Nick Schonert, 2. Monde Hadebe (Capt), 1. Danie Mienie.

Reserves: 16. Shaun Malton, 17. Njabulo Mkize, 18. Karolis Navickas, 19. Brynard Stander, 20. Peter du Toit, 21. Paul Jordaan, 22. Kieran Goss.

Blue Bulls U21: Clayton Blommetjies, Sampie Mastriet, Ulrich Beyers, Adri Jacobs, Cournall Skosan, JC Roos, Lohan Jacobs, Jono Ross (c), Wiaan Liebenberg, Dalton Davis, Franco Mostert, Gerno Eksteen, Gerhard Engelbrecht, Bongi Mbonambi, Juan Louw Schoeman.

Reserves: Jacques Momberg, Basil Short, Rudolph Smit, JJ Breet, Xander Redelinghuys, Franco Maritz, Bradley Moolman


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