Android app on Google Play

recent posts

Like Sharksworld?

We'd love a contribution towards the running costs...
How much do you like Sharksworld?
Message to the webmaster

recent comments

Currie Cup Log

Team Points
Premier Division
Xerox Golden Lions 10 10 48
Vodacom Blue Bulls 10 8 39
DHL Western Province 10 7 35
Toyota Free State Cheetahs 10 3 24
Cell C Sharks 10 4 22
Steval Pumas 10 3 17
Eastern Province Kings 10 2 12
ORC Griquas 10 1 8
Full log

Categories

Archives

Copyright

© 2008-2012 Sharksworld.

Originally based on a design by Upstart Blogger.

Sport Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory My Zimbio

Error: Unable to create directory wp-content/uploads/2019/12. Is its parent directory writable by the server?

New Year Same Problems


Written by Clayton Saville (Clayton(PJLD))

Posted in :Original Content, Stormers, Super Rugby on 2 Feb 2015 at 10:52
Tagged with : , , , ,

The DHL Stormers ran out 39 31 victors over the Toyota Cheetahs on Friday in a Super Rugby warmup match and while Allister Coetzee is happy with the way his team upped the intensity from their previous game he must be wondering what kind of horrible person he was in a past life as he had 3 players starting player leave the field with injury concerns

Locks Manuel Carizza and Eben Etzebeth both left the field in the first half, the former was clutching his shoulder while Etzebeth took a blow to the chest. Both players were sent for scans today(Monday) but word from the Stormers camp is that Etzebeth would likely miss the season opener against the Bulls at Loftus.

The bruising lock was ruled out of last seasons campaign after injuring his ankle at a lineout, if he is indeed ruled out that would force the coaches to once again pick number7 flank Michael Rhodes at lock as Ruan Botha and Gerbrandt Grobler are still out of action.

Tall winger Kobus van Wyk sustained a calf injury and was replaced by EW Viljoen who then sustained a blow to the head, van Wyk will also be sent for scans.

On the positive front Coetzee declared himself happy with the performances of Vincent Koch, Nic Groom and Louis Schruder. The coach believes that Groom is really maturing and making better decisions while Shreuder looks to have shaken off the two step pass habit



26 Comments

Add Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.