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Xerox Golden Lions 10 10 48
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What they had to say: Sharks vs Lions, Round 7

Written by Stephen Smith (StevieS)

Posted in :Currie Cup, Lions, Original Content, Sharks on 21 Sep 2015 at 09:05
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Hi Sharks and Bok fans. I think it’s safe to say we’re at an all-time low. We seem to be lacking proper coaches at both national and provincial level, with Eddie Jones highlighting just how important proper coaching is. Let’s get into the articles…


“The win sees the Lions solidify their position at the top of this year’s log, while the Sharks’ woes continue to cast doubt over their ability to compete for honours this year.” –

“The sunny conditions provided the perfect platform for attacking rugby, but both teams coughed up a plethora of opportunities in the first half. The Lions stuck to the plan that has worked for them throughout the competition by retaining the ball to setup phase after phase of sniping runs. The Sharks had to dig deep to keep the home team at bay.” –

“The final minutes of the match belonged to the Sharks who were desperate to bag another win in what is turning out to be a disappointing season for them. Some great interlinking play allowed flanker Francois Kleinhans to score a try in the 78th minute. Pietersen nailed the conversion to leave the final score at 26-18 to the Golden Lions.” –

“Last year’s runners-up simply continue on their merry way in this season’s competition, and look virtually certain to finish top of the log after now opening up an eight-point buffer at the summit of the standings. For the Sharks it was another disappointing day, with the team from Durban looking devoid of direction, and their fourth defeat of the season is another significant blow to their play-off ambitions.” –


“Just taken my Sharks flogging like a good catholic! #sharksrugby eish”

“The scary thing is that this Sharks team has some good players in it.. #SharksvsLions”

“Great to see the fire in @TheSharksZA eyes today. #SharksvsLions #SSRugby”


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