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SHARKS

Why Chiliboy still matters

Ryan Vrede says Chiliboy Ralepelle​ should not be South African rugby's forgotten man.


April at fullback for Sharks

Coach Rob du Preez has made three changes to the Sharks' starting lineup to face the Lions at Ellis Park on Saturday.


Super Rugby predictions (Round 6)

Craig Lewis makes his picks for this weekend's Super Rugby​ matches involving South African sides.


Sharks could lose Bosch to Junior Boks

The Sharks will have to release Curwin Bosch to the Junior Springboks if he is selected by coach Chean Roux.


Mohoje says sorry to Reinach

Cheetahs flanker Oupa Mohoje has apologised to Sharks scrumhalf Cobus Reinach for 'unsportsmanlike' conduct during their match in Bloemfontein.


Lions unseat Jaguares

The Lions made the most of an opportunity to bank five log points in Port Elizabeth while the Stormers squandered a similar chance in Singapore, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Sharks coach on Curwin and Coenie

Robert du Preez talks about Curwin Bosch's performance against the Cheetahs and why Coenie Oosthuizen is in such good form.


Highlights: Cheetahs vs Sharks (2017)

The Sharks scored four tries in their 38-30 win in Bloemfontein.


Sharks surge past Cheetahs

Kobus van Wyk scored a brace of tries, while Curwin Bosch kicked 18 points, as the Sharks secured a 38-30 win over the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Sharks coach on dropping flyhalf

Robert du Preez explains why Benhard Janse van Rensburg has fallen out of the match 23.


Super Rugby predictions (Round 5)

Senior rugby writer Craig Lewis makes his picks for this weekend's Super Rugby​ matches involving South African sides.


Super Rugby preview (Round 5, Part 2)

CRAIG LEWIS looks ahead to the final four matches in round five of the competition.


Bosch back at flyhalf for Sharks

Curwin Bosch will start at flyhalf as one of five changes to the Sharks' run-on XV for Saturday's clash against the Cheetahs in Bloemfontein.


Highlights: Sharks vs Kings (2017)

The hosts scored two tries in their 19-17 win at Kings Park.


Jaguares, Lions soar in standings

The Lions and Jaguares scored big victories in round four, while the Sharks' narrow win against the Kings saw them slipping to fourth in the South African group standings, writes JON CARDINELLI.


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