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What they had to say: Sharks vs Griquas, Round 9


Written by Stephen Smith (StevieS)

Posted in :Currie Cup, Original Content, Sharks on 5 Oct 2015 at 11:00
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So I know it was only Griquas, but it’s been so long since a convincing win that I feel we can celebrate. It’s also pleasing to see so many backs amongst the try scorers. Well done boys!!! There isn’t much in the media, probably because it wasn’t televised, and there wasn’t anything on Twitter surprisingly.

Media:

“Griquas were no match for a rampant Sharks side during their Absa Currie Cup match at Griqua Park in Kimberley on Saturday. The Durban-based side ran in six tries to beat Griquas 45-20 to move within two points of the fourth-placed Cheetahs on the log ahead of next week’s final regular season fixture.” – news24.com

“THE SHARKS HAVE MANAGED TO ANNIHILATE THE GRIQUAS 45-20 IN KIMBERLEY WITH A VINTAGE FIRST HALF DISPLAY OF ATTACKING PLAY ON SATURDAY. The Sharks kept their playoff hopes alive when a bonus point win saw them move to within two points of fourth placed Free State Cheetahs on the log.” – rugby365.com

“The Griquas improved their defensive patterns at the start of the second half and they held the Sharks out until the 54th minute when replacement scrumhalf Michael Claassens went over for a converted try. The Sharks continued to assert their dominance and left wing Sibusiso Sithole added his name to the try-scorer’s list before the Griquas finally managed to breach the visitor’s defence when they grabbed two late tries through replacement back Sandile Ngcobo and Nel.” – supersport.com

“The Sharks scored six tries in their 45-20 demolition of Griquas in Kimberley on Saturday. Following the draw between the Pumas and Cheetahs earlier, the Sharks kept their semi-final hopes alive with a bonus-point victory at Griqua Park that moves them two log points off the top four.” – sarugbymag.co.za

Here‘s hoping for a great game this weekend against the Cheetahs.



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