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What they had to say: Sharks vs Bulls, Round 8


Written by Stephen Smith (StevieS)

Posted in :Currie Cup, Original Content, Sharks on 28 Sep 2015 at 10:14
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Hi Sharks fans. I for one found some positives in the Sharks game, one being our much improved defence.

Media:

“It was the Bulls’ sixth win of the season and they remain second on the overall standings, while the Sharks stay outside the top four and look likely to miss out on a semi-final spot.” – news24.com

“The Vodacom Blue Bulls saw off a spirited challenge from the Sharks to secure a crucial 17-13 win in Durban on Friday night. In a relatively low-scoring affair, the Bulls managed to end a two-match losing streak, but they were far from convincing, despite dominating large periods of the match. In the end, though, they boosted their chances of earning the right to host a semi-final in a few weeks’ time. For the Sharks, a fifth defeat of a disappointing season has left them with a mountain to climb if they somehow hope to sneak into the play-offs.” – sarugbymag.co.za

“HE BLUE BULLS MANAGED TO GET THEIR STRAPS TIED LATE IN THE FIRST HALF TO SECURE A WIN THAT ENSURES THEM A SEMIFINAL SPOT. The Sharks dominated the first 25 minutes as the Bulls struggled to get any rhythm.” – rugby365.com

“In a closely-contested affair, the visiting Blue Bulls ran out 17-13 winners after leading 10-6 at halftime against the Sharks in their Absa Currie Cup match in Durban on Friday evening.” – iol.co.za

“The Blue Bulls dominated the opening stages of the match but were let down by their handling while the Sharks did well to contain the visitors. Both teams were denied tries before Sharks flyhalf Joe Pietersen nailed two early penalties. In the first of the denied tries Blue Bulls centre Burger Odendaal came within inches of the whitewash and would have scored if it was not for the exceptional defence by the home team.” – supersport.com

Twitter:

“Got goosebumps in that moment of silence at the #sharksvsbulls game… proud to have known such a #legend … #RIPDuif @Gallo_Sport”



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