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Walking wounded?

Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Sharks, Super Rugby on 13 May 2015 at 09:44
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The Sharks are apparently sweating on a number of injury concerns ahead of Saturday’s Super Rugby game against the Waratahs in Sydney, but have not (to our knowledge) summoned any replacements to join the tour party, a sign that most of them should be expected to play this weekend.

It’s up-front where the biggest concerns seem to be; Bismarck du Plessis picked up a knee injury against the Hurricanes, while Marco Wentzel is still battling a rib complaint from the Highlanders game. Willem Alberts, who missed the last game with what we believe is an ankle injury also needs to be cleared, while Renaldo Bothma might also be in doubt due to a head knock sustained in Wellington.

Should all of the four players be ruled out, the Sharks would be unable to field a side this weekend; it’s to be hoped that most will be ready, though, with Bothma perhaps the biggest risk at this stage.

Things look somewhat better at the back; Lwazi Mvovo and Odwa Ndungane both took head knocks, but the latter seems fine. Mvovo will, according to Gary Gold, need to come through “some protocols” in order to be passed fit for selection.


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