Bismarck to lead Sharks’ crusade

The Sharks need their best player and captain to fire if they're to defy the odds and win the semi-final in Christchurch, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Carter vs Steyn

Two giants of the game – one a Springbok, and one an All Black – have the skill and the power to influence Saturday's semi-final in Christchurch, writes JON CARDINELLI.

WP sign Bulls hooker

Bulls hooker Bongi Mbonambi will join Western Province after the 2014 Currie Cup.

Beast ruled out of semi-final

Thomas du Toit looks set to continue in the Sharks front row this Saturday with news that injured Bok Beast Mtawarira did not make the journey to Christchurch.

Torsten to lead Free State

Hooker-cum-flank Torsten van Jaarsveld will captain the Cheetahs in this year's Currie Cup.

Can Sharks heavies go the distance?

Six Sharks forwards have played over 1,000 minutes of rugby in 2014 and will be hard-pressed to outlast a fresher Crusaders pack, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Steyn boots Sharks into semis

Frans Steyn's brilliant kicking and the power of the Sharks pack was the difference in a hard-fought 31-27 victory over the Highlanders. JON CARDINELLI reports.

Fekitoa floors Pietersen

Malakai Fekitoa got the better of JP Pietersen and had the greater influence on the game at Kings Park on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Pietersen vs Fekitoa

The physicality as well as the footwork of the respective No 13s will influence the outcome of the gainline battle at Kings Park, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Steyn to boot Highlanders into touch

The accuracy of the Sharks' tactical kicking will be the difference in a hard-fought scrap against the Highlanders this Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.

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