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SHARKS

Balanced approach will curb Canes

The Sharks must win the collisions and keep the Hurricanes halfbacks on the back foot at Kings Park on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Lambie returns for Sharks

Pat Lambie will play off the bench, with Garth April starting at flyhalf, when the Sharks take on the Hurricanes this Saturday.


Sharks aware of Canes threat

Jean Deysel says the Sharks can’t be ‘off by an inch’ against the Hurricanes this Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Reinach out for nine months

Cobus Reinach will be out of action for the rest of the year as the result of a serious knee injury.


Lambie back in business

Pat Lambie will return to training with the Sharks this week and be available for Saturday's match against the Hurricanes.


Bulls close in on Stormers

The Bulls simply need to beat the Brumbies in Canberra to take an unexpected lead at the top of the South African group, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Highlights: Chiefs vs Sharks (2016)

The hosts held on for a 24-22 win in New Plymouth.


Chiefs battle past Sharks

The Chiefs held on for a hard-fought 24-22 win over the Sharks in New Plymouth on Friday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Sharks must nullify McKenzie

The Sharks have to limit the influence of Damian McKenzie if they are to have any hope of overcoming the Chiefs in New Plymouth on Friday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Daniel to lead Sharks

Keegan Daniel will captain the Sharks, with five changes to their starting lineup, against the Chiefs in New Plymouth on Friday.


Sharks back April at 10

Garth April will retain his place as the Sharks’ starting flyhalf for this Friday’s clash against the Chiefs in Hamilton, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Sharks lose Cobus, Philip

Cobus Reinach and Philip van der Walt have returned home after suffering injuries in Dunedin, with the former set for an extended period on the sidelines. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Sharks still in playoff hunt

The Bulls are under pressure to improve their shocking record Down Under following the Sharks’ big win against the Highlanders in Dunedin, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Highlights: Highlanders vs Sharks (2016)

Five penalties by Garth April gave the visitors a 15-14 win in Dunedin.


Sharks deny Highlanders

The Sharks hung on for a 15-14 win against a determined 14-man Highlanders side in Dunedin on Friday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


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