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SHARKS

Bulls to host Sharks in Polokwane

The Bulls and Sharks will meet in a Super Rugby warm-up match at the Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on 27 January.


Muir returns to coach Sharks

The Sharks have confirmed that Dick Muir will be joining the coaching team as an attack and backline consultant for the 2018 season.


Sharks dismiss Ralepelle allegations

The Sharks have slammed a report suggesting that there was a 'coach row' following the omission of Chiliboy Ralepelle during the latter stages of the Currie Cup.


Sharks snap up Zas

The Sharks have announced the signing of wing Leolin Zas ahead of the 2018 Super Rugby season.


Sharks coach under scrutiny

The treatment and omission of Springbok hooker Chiliboy Ralepelle during the latter stages of the Currie Cup has come under scrutiny at the Sharks.


Mapimpi to join Sharks

The Sharks have announced the signing of star winger Makazole Mapimpi ahead of the 2018 season.


Sharks confirm Du Preez signing

The Sharks have officially welcomed the arrival of flyhalf Rob du Preez ahead of the 2018 season.


Lambie has unfinished business

Pat Lambie says any thoughts of considering early retirement were quickly banished once the emotion surrounding his injury struggles had subsided earlier this year, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Coenie claims Sharks’ top award

Coenie Oosthuizen was named the Sharks' Player of the Year at an awards function on Wednesday.


Botha called up to Bok squad

Sharks lock Ruan Botha has replaced the injured Jean-Luc du Preez in the Springbok squad for the end-of-year tour.


‘Du Preez will be special in Durban’

Coach John Dobson believes that Western Province flyhalf Rob du Preez will make a success of his impending move to the Sharks, writes CRAIG LEWIS in Durban.


Du Preez blow for Boks

Jean-Luc du Preez is set to miss the Springboks’ end-of-year tour after sustaining an ankle injury in Saturday’s Currie Cup final. CRAIG LEWIS reports in Durban.


Watch: Sharks press conference

What coach Robert du Preez had to say after the Sharks' loss to Western Province in the Currie Cup final.


Province scrum powers title triumph

Western Province's dominant scrum performance, as well as the sharp decision-making of flyhalf Rob du Preez, was the difference in the Currie Cup final, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Powerful Province shock Sharks

Western Province overturned an 11-point deficit to claim a stunning 33-21 win over the Sharks in Saturday's Currie Cup final at Kings Park. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


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