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Bragman to pull under 19 strings


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks on 3 Sep 2014 at 17:03
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Joshua Bragman, a young flyhalf from Hartlepool in the UK, who has played colts rugby for the Newcastle Falcons, will operate in the flyhalf position for the Sharks under 19 side this weekend, as they face the EP Kings down in Port Elizabeth.

Bragman takes over form the injured Innocent Radebe in one of two changes to the backline that played against the Leoaprds last weekend; Maritzburg College schoolboy Marcel Coetzee starts at right wing in place of Malcolm Cele in the other change.

Coach James Fleming has picked an unchanged forward pack for the third week running and is hoping that continuity upfront will propel his charges to a third successive win.

Changes on the bench see Grey College’s Andrew du Plessis (whose school team mate Ruan Kramer is the captain) come in for the first time, while Ayron Schramm comes back in as utility forward. This moves the bench to a more familiar 5-3 split, rather than the 4-4 that was used last week.

The Cell C Sharks Under 19s
15. Chris Lines, 14. Marcel Coetzee, 13. Marius Louw, 12. Merlyn Pieterse, 11. Retief Marais, 10. Joshua Bragman, 9. Rowan Gouws, 8. Daniel du Preez, 7. Jean-Luc du Preez, 6. Adriaan de la Rey, 5. Hyron Andrews, 4. Johan du Toit, 3. Ruan Kramer (Captain) , 2. Jordan Meaker, 1. Mzamo Majola
Replacements: 16. Andrew du Plessis, 17. Cameron Holenstein, 18. Mthunzi Moloi, 19. Wian Vosloo, 20. Ayron Schramm, 21. Matthew Reece-Edwards, 22. Malcom Cele, 23. Brad Ellse



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