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Free State Cheetahs

Currie Cup | Durban
14:15 (GMT) | 02-09-2017
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The ball goes into touch as the hooter goes and the referee ends the game. FULL TIME
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They go for the maul but the Cheetahs hold them off
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Line-out to the Sharks at the 5 of the away team
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The Sharks win the ball after the scrum and maneuver themselves forward to the 22 before winning a penalty
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Scrum to the Cheetahs at the halfway
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The Cheetahs turnover after the home team scrum and they work the ball out of their half but then lose it
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They lose it forward at their 22. Scrum to the Sharks
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The Cheetahs take the restart kick down and look to move forward with new resolve
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Mason secures the extras
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The Cheetahs have it inside their own half after the Sharks rush it forward following the reset. They find some space and obi runs around the pitch to put it down in between the sticks
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April puts it between the sticks
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The Sharks applying pressure after the reset. The ball sent out wide to Nkosi who shows his pace and dashes over the line to score the TRY
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He takes his kick at goal but sends it wide
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The Cheetahs finally break forward and manage to find the gaps needed for Mason to score the away team's first TRY
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The Cheetahs trapped inside their own 22 now as they reclaim possession but lose it again
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The Sharks turnover and then press forward inside the 22 of the away team
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They make it to the 10 of the visitors but knock it on and the Cheetahs play the advantage
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The Sharks hold off the Cheetahs following the reset kick and start probing at the Cheetahs half
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April takes the kick and adds 2
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The ball cleared desperately by Eksteen. The Sharks circle and come again. They send it out wide to the wing. Ward and Nkosi linking up to give the winger a TRY
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The Cheetahs defending at their 5 now
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The Sharks take a huge scrum but the Cheetahs just scrape it out from underneath. The ball is cleared but the hosts take the ball and sprint forward
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Line-out taken by the hosts and the referee sounds his whistle for a forward pass. Scrum to the Cheetahs at their 22
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April boots it into touch and the home team looks to build from the half way
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The Cheetahs make their way forward but give away a penalty in a crucial position, the Shark's 22, to end the attack
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It's taken but lose and the home team gives away a high penalty after a high tackle. The ball is booted into touch at the visitors 22
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The Sharks win themselves a line-out at the 22 of the Cheetahs
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Scrum reset
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The ball is lost forward by the Cheetahs and the Sharks have a scrum at the away team 10
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Radebe secures the extras
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Line out taken and the ball lands in the hands of Louw after a maul. He takes the inside pass and runs it outside to score the TRY
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Penalty after the restart and the ball is sent into touch
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Radebe kicks forward but it goes into the deadball zone and the Cheetahs have a 22 meter restart
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The Cheetahs move the ball back after the scrum and clear but it doesn't go into touch and the Sharks take it forward
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Scrum to the Cheetahs at their 22
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The Sharks on the attack early in the second half. The ball is cleared at the last and the Cheetahs rush forward to take advantage but the hosts control the situation
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The referee sounds his whistle to get the second half started

Half Time

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The reset kick taken as the hoot goes. The Sharks pass it into touch and the referee blows for HALF TIME
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Radebe takes his kick and and pulls it wide
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The Sharks break away at the 10 of the Cheetahs with Nkosi. He shrugs off one and then makes the offload to Schreuder who jogs over the line to score a TRY
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Radebe sends it into touch at the halfway
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The ball being booted back and forth by the fullbacks
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The Cheetahs win a penalty inside their 10 quickly but are converged on. They make a desperate clearance
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The referee blows for a line-out to the Sharks at the visitor's 10
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The Sharks break through the ranks with Ward, Am, and van der Merwe. They make it to the 22 but the Cheetahs sprint back and form their line
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The home team have it at their 22 and they clear this time around. The kick is charged down but the Sharks retain possession
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The Sharks progress forward but give it away inside the 22 and the ball is cleared
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The Cheetahs in their 10th phase now as they look to build from the 10 of the hosts but they give it away in the ruck
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Radebe secures the extras
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Radebe gets it after the scrum and makes a few awkward turns to dodge two players and score a TRY
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Scrum to the Sharks at the 22
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It's lost forward at the 22 of the Cheetahs
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The Cheetahs fight to win possession after the restart but it's cleared by the hosts
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Radebe takes his kick and bends it in to add 2 points
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Meyer gets it after the ball moves out to the wing and the Cheetahs are spread thin. Meyer takes full advantage and slides over the line to score his team's second TRY
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Scrum to the Sharks at the 5 of the visitors
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The Sharks finding it hard to make it over the try line. The Cheetahs maintaining good structure, but giving away another penalty
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The Cheetahs give away a penalty and Radebe kicks into touch at the 5
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The hosts have it now and they trek forward towards the 22 of the Cheetahs who are holding a good line
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The ball being booted back and forth by both teams now
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Line-out to the Sharks after the Cheetahs clear their lines following the restart kick
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Eksteen opens the scoring for his team with 3 points
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The away team win a penalty from the scrum and the Cheetahs opt to kick at goal
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The ball is lost forward by the hosts and the Cheetahs have a 5 meter scrum
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The Cheetahs on the attack after the restart. They move the ball from wing to wing inside the 22
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Radebe sends it wide
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The ball moved to the wing quickly after the scrum and Am is there to plant it over the line to score this fixture's first TRY
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Scrum reset
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Ward makes it over the line with a dive but the referee says held up. Scrum at the 5 of the Cheetahs to the hosts
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They take their throw and make some ground with a maul. The Cheetahs hold them off and the hosts move it along the 5 now
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Line-out to the Sharks at the 5 after they win a peanlty
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The Sharks win it after the line-out and they speed forward with van der Merwe. The home team outside the 5 now. They lose it in the ruck and the ball is cleared
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The Sharks finally clear and the ball is sent into touch. Line-out to the visitors at the half way
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The Cheetahs in their 22nd phase and the Cheetahs looking for the gap they need to make all their rucks pay off
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The Cheetahs on the attack right off the bat.They find themselves inside the 5 of the hosts. The home team have not touched the ball in the first 2 minutes
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The referee blows and the game is underway
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The players readying themselves to leave the pitch now
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The Sharks made five personnel changes to their run-on team – three of which were injury-enforced – which sees a new front row selected, while Keegan Daniel returns to the loose trio and wing Tythan Adams, a former Gold Cup star, will make his debut
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The Sharks have had an edge over the Free State Cheetahs in recent years in Durban, where they won four of their last five matches dating back to 2012, but the defending champions will draw inspiration from their victory in Durban last season
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After starting the season with a defeat in the first round against the Free Staters, the Sharks are on a winning run of five matches. The Free State Cheetahs will, in turn, be hunting their third victory in a row
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The clash in Durban is expected to be the match-up of the weekend as both sides have won five of their six matches up to now.
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Welcome to Durban, where the Sharks will tackle the Cheetahs
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Free State Cheetahs
START LINE UP
  • 1 Thomas Du Toit
  • 2 Armand van der Merwe
  • 3 John-Hubert Meyer
  • 4 Tyler Paul
  • 5 Ruan Botha
  • 6 Keegan Daniel
  • 7 Jacques Vermeulen
  • 8 Lubabalo Mtembu
  • 9 Louis Schreuder
  • 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg
  • 11 Sibusiso Nkosi
  • 12 Lukhanyo Am
  • 13 Jeremy Ward
  • 14 Tythan Adams
  • 15 Inny-Christian Radebe
RESERVES
  • 16 Franco Marais
  • 17 Mzamo Majola
  • 18 Jean Droste
  • 19 Wian Vosloo
  • 20 Michael Claassens
  • 21 Marius Louw
  • 22 Garth April
START LINE UP
  • 1 Gert Kotze
  • 2 Reinach Venter
  • 3 Luan De Bruin
  • 4 Nicolaas Immelman
  • 5 Dennis Visser
  • 6 Junior Pokomela
  • 7 Chris Dry
  • 8 Jasper Wiese
  • 9 Juan-Philip Smith
  • 10 Ryno Eksteen
  • 11 Luther Obi
  • 12 Stephan Janse Van Rensburg
  • 13 Jacobus Jonker
  • 14 Carel Jan Coetzee
  • 15 Reinhardt Erwee
RESERVES
  • 16 Elandré Huggett
  • 17 Andrew Kuhn
  • 18 Sibabalo Qoma
  • 19 Ntokoza Vidima
  • 20 Daniel Maartens
  • 21 Dian Badenhorst
  • 22 Marco Mason
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round Eight

Fri, 01 Sep 2017 05:17

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The Sharks and Free State Cheetahs will go head-to-head for the top spot on the log in the Currie Cup in a match that could give the winning side a vital nudge as the second half of the competition kicks off.

The first match of the weekend sees Griquas travel to Pretoria to take on the Blue Bulls and on Saturday the Golden Lions host the Pumas at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.

The weekend's final match sees the Sharks take on the Cheetahs.

After going down to the Sharks last weekend at Newlands, Western Province will have a bye in Round Eight.

We take a look at all the Round Eight action!

Friday, September 1:

Blue Bulls v Griquas
(Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria - Kick-off: 19.00; 17.00 GMT)

Griquas will be looking to end a five-year Currie Cup losing run against the Blue Bulls when they cross paths at Loftus Versfeld. 

The hosts will be desperate to bounce back after four back-to-back defeats.
 
The last time the men from Kimberley beat the Blue Bulls was in 2012, but with both sides having won only two matches this season, the clash could prove to be a tight tussle. 
Blue Bulls coach John Mitchell made wholesale changes to his team with only six players - Lizo Gqoboka, Ruben van Heerden, Jannes Kirsten, Nic de Jager, John Thomas Jackson and Warrick Gelant – retaining their places in the starting team that went down against the Pumas, while the Griquas retained their key combinations in starting XV that showed five personnel changes. 

"Nothing has really been decided in terms of last week's form," said Mitchell. 

"It is pretty obvious that we conceded five tries through one area and we got to sort out our discipline and we got to learn to work hard for each other."

Micthell added: "There will certainly be consequences for players going forward in terms of not being reliable in that area [discipline]. Likewise, for core skills - all those things are changing. 

"We are in transition and one can't be a miracle worker in terms of changing bad habits within seven days, but certainly over a period of time we will get there."

Recent results:
2017: Blue Bulls won 51-45, Kimberley
2016: Blue Bulls won 57-20, Pretoria
2015: Blue Bulls won 46-32, Kimberley
2015: Blue Bulls won 36-12, Pretoria
2014: Blue Bulls won 46-12, Pretoria

Prediction: After the Blue Bulls' performance last week we are tempted to give this one to Griquas. However, there is a lot of pride at stake in Pretoria and John Mitchell has surely given his players a tongue-lashing. The Bulls will win this one by seven points.

Teams:

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Johnny Kotze, 12 John Thomas Jackson, 11 Rabs Maxwane, 10 Marnitz Boshoff, 9 Ivan van Zyl, 8 Nic de Jager (captain), 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Shaun Adendorff, 5 Ruben van Heerden, 4 Aston Fortuin, 3 Dayan van der Westhuizen, 2 Edgar Marutlulle, 1 Lizo Gqoboka.
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Jano Venter, 19 Tim Agaba, 20 Andre Warner, 21 Tony Jantjies/Tinus de Beer, 22 Franco Naude/Stedman Gans.

Griquas: 15 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Johnathan Francke, 11 Koch Marx, 10 Andre Swarts, 9 Christiaan Meyer, 8 Jonathan Janse van Rensburg, 7 Sias Koen, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 Pieter Jansen van Vuren, 4 Floris Pelser, 3 Stephan Kotze, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Liam Hendricks.
Replacements: 16 Abraham Le Roux, 17 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 18 Jonathan Adendorf, 19 De Wet Kruger, 20 Renier Botha, 21 George Whitehead, 22 Eric Zana.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Jaco Kotze
TMO: Willie Vos

Saturday, September 2:

Golden Lions v Pumas
(Ellis Park, Johannesburg - Kick-off: 14.00; 12.00 GMT)

The Golden Lions will look to bounce back from three successive defeats when they take on the Pumas in Johannesburg on Saturday. 

But they will face tough competition as the visitors are high on confidence after two wins – one of which was a 51-point score against the Blue Bulls.
 
The Golden Lions team shows a number of personnel changes, amongst them the return of Ryan Kankowski and Madosh Tambwe to the starting team, while the bench has been boosted with the inclusion of Springbok Sevens player Branco du Preez.
The Pumas, meanwhile, made only two injury-enforced changes with loose forward Willie Engelbrecht and flyhalf Kobus Marais replacing Francois Kleinhans and Justin van Staden respectively.

"The Pumas are mauling very well at the moment," said Lions head coach Swys de Bruin.

"They are not disrupted, they don't have Springboks, they have a core group of players that played all year.

"They are really riding high now, they are a dangerous side. They gave Griquas a good hiding in Kimberley and then they gave the Bulls a 50, so they are a very solid team and we know that."

Meanwhile, Pumas head coach Brent Janse van Rensburg will not be underestimating De Bruin's side.

"The Lions are obviously gaining momentum," said Janse van Rensburg. "They are getting better every week and they are not to be underestimated. They got a really good team, although there are some youngsters in that side.

"They still got experience in Rohan Janse van Rensburg and Harold Vorster - two centres that live off getting momentum and we got to make sure that we contain them on the day.

"The Lions are a team that like to change direction, so numbering up in defence will be really important for us. They like to play to the edge and always looking for two sides to attack."

Recent results:
2017: Pumas won 43-36, Nelspruit
2016: Golden Lions won 68-26, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 41-11, Nelspruit
2015: Golden Lions won 44-27, Johannesburg
2014: Golden Lions won 29-15, Johannesburg

Prediction: The Pumas are missing some key players, while the Lions have gained a few big names for the clash. We will see the Golden Lions return to winning ways with a 14-point victory.

Teams:

Golden Lions: 15 Sylvian Mahuza, 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Manual Rass, 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10 Ashlon Davids, 9 Marco Jansen van Vuren, 8 Ryan Kankowski, 7 Fabian Booysen, 6 Cyle Brink, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Andries Ferreira, 3 Ruan Dreyer, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Jacques van Rooyen (captain).
Replacements: 16 Pieter Jansen, 17 Corné Fourie, 18 Jacobie Adriaanse, 19 Robert Kruger, 20 Hacjivah Dayimani, 21 Branco du Preez, 22 Jaco van der Walt.

Pumas: 15 Gerrit Smith, 14 Jean-Paul Lewis, 13 Jerome Pretorius, 12 Hennie Skorbinski (captain), 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Stefan Ungerer, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Lambert Groenewald, 6 Thembelani Bholi, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Stefan Willemse, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Mark Pretorius, 1 Kwezi Mona. 
Replacements: 16 Frankie Herne, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Brian Shabangu, 20 Chris Cloete, 21 Reynier van Rooyen, 22 Neil Maritz.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Eduan Nel
TMO: Johan Greeff

Sharks v Free State Cheetahs
(Kings Park, Durban - Kick-off: 16.15; 14.15 GMT)

The clash in Durban is expected to be the match-up of the weekend as both sides have won five of their six matches up to now.
 
After starting the season with a defeat in the first round against the Free Staters, the Sharks are on a winning run of five matches. The Free State Cheetahs will, in turn, be hunting their third victory in a row.
 
The Sharks have had an edge over the Free State Cheetahs in recent years in Durban, where they won four of their last five matches dating back to 2012, but the defending champions will draw inspiration from their victory in Durban last season.
The Sharks made five personnel changes to their run-on team – three of which were injury-enforced – which sees a new front row selected, while Keegan Daniel returns to the loose trio and wing Tythan Adams, a former Gold Cup star, will make his debut.
 
The Free State Cheetahs, in turn, have named a completely new team with the Pro14 side also in action, with Springbok Sevens player Chris Dry leading the side, while former Junior Springbok forward Junior Pokomela also earns a start.

Despite losing to the Cheetahs earlier in the season, Sharks star Inny-Christian Radebe says there has been no talk of revenge.

"We aren't revengeful at all, we just want to build on the past five weeks. We have some nice momentum going and we’d like to build on that," he explains. 

"We'll take positives out of the Western Province game and work on the things we lacked in that game, one of which was creating lots of opportunities but not finishing them."

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 47-12, Bloemfontein
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 38-30, Durban
2015: 34-all draw, Bloemfontein
2014: 30-all draw, Bloemfontein
2014: Sharks won 19-16, Durban

Prediction: It will be a comfortable win for Robert du Preez's side. The Sharks will win by 20 points or more.

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Inny-Christian Radebe, 14 Tythan Adams, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Lukhanyo Am, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg, 9 Louis Schreuder, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 John-Hubert Meyer, 2 Armand van der Merwe, 1 Thomas du Toit.         
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Mzamo Majola, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Wian Vosloo, 20 Michael Claassens, 21 Marius Louw, 22 Garth April.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Reinhardt Erwee, 14 Carel-Jan Coetzee, 13 Jacobus Jonker, 12 Stephan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Luther Obi, 10 Ryno Eksteen, 9 Juan-Philip Smith, 8 Japer Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Junior Pokomela, 5 Dennis Visser, 4 Nicolaas Immelman, 3 Luan de Bruin, 2 Reinach Venter, 1 Gert Kotze.
Relacements: 16 Elandre Huggett, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Sibabalo Qoma, 19 Ntokoza Vidima, 20 Daniel Maartens, 21 Dian Badenhorst, 22 Marco Mason.

Referee: Marius van der Westhuizen
Assistant referees: Ben Crouse, Archie Sehlako
TMO: Marius Jonker

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Sharks cruise past hapless Free State into top spot

Sat, 02 Sep 2017 14:00

CURRIE CUP REPORT: The Sharks cruised past a willing Free State Cheetahs team, winning 45-15 in Durban on Saturday, to overtake the visitors at the top of the standings.

It was the first game for the Cheetahs without the players who started their Pro14 campaign with a loss against Ulster on Friday.

And the lack of experience - even at Currie Cup level - showed up, the Sharks outscoring the Cheetahs by seven tries to two.

The Cheetahs had a good start and could have had the lead inside the first 10 minutes.

However, as was the case for most of the game, their lack of composure saw therm unable to finish off any of the opportunities they created.

In contrast the Sharks - despite not being flawless - were far more accurate than the visitors.

To their credit, the young Cheetahs team kept on trying and were eventually rewarded for their endeavours with their first try - by replacement Marco Mason - in the 65th minute.

Although the Sharks eventually won handily, the Free State youngsters began brightly with the home team unable to get their hands on the ball in the opening minutes.

When the Sharks did get into the Cheetahs' half, they made it count, however, with Lukhanyo Am diving over in the right-hand corner after nine minutes following some excellent interpassing by the Sharks' backs and forwards.

Nevertheless, the Cheetahs more than held their own in the first quarter with flyhalf Ryno Eksteen converting a penalty to restrict the men in black and white to a narrow 5-3 lead.

That was as good as it got for the visitors, however, with the Sharks finally clicking into gear as they ran in another three tries - and a bonus point - before half-time.

A feature of the Sharks' play was their off-loading and quick hands through the ball as they tried to spread the ball wide at almost every opportunity.

While this tactic led to a number of handling errors, it also enabled prop Johnny Meyer, fullback Inny Radebe and scrumhalf Louis Schreuder to cross the whitewash before the turnaround.

The Sharks continued to dominate in the second half, with man-of-the-match Sibusiso Nkosi contributing a brace of tries while debutant centre Marius Louw scored with his first touch after coming on midway through the half.

Flank Keegan Daniel, whose 114 caps for the Sharks was more than the total number of caps of the opposition, was particularly impressive in his linking play.

The young Cheetahs, with many of their players making their Currie Cup debuts, never let their heads drop, however, with flank Daniel Maartens particularly impressive in the loose, and they thoroughly deserved their two late tries from Marco Mason and Luther Obi as the game inevitably opened up and became looser.

Man of the match: The Sharks, almost to a man, were superior to their opponents. And every player made a significant contribution to the big win. Our award goes to hard-working Sharks flank Jacques Vermeulen.

The scorers

For the Sharks:
Tries:
Am, Meyer, Radebe, Schreuder, Louw, Nkosi 2
Cons: Radebe 3, April 2

For the Free State Cheetahs:
Tries:
Mason, Obi
Cons: Mason
Pens: Eksteen

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Inny-Christian Radebe, 14 Tythan Adams, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Lukhanyo Am, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg, 9 Louis Schreuder, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 John-Hubert Meyer, 2 Armand van der Merwe, 1 Thomas du Toit.         
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Mzamo Majola, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Wian Vosloo, 20 Michael Claassens, 21 Marius Louw, 22 Garth April.

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Reinhardt Erwee, 14 Carel-Jan Coetzee, 13 Jacobus Jonker, 12 Stephan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Luther Obi, 10 Ryno Eksteen, 9 Juan-Philip Smith, 8 Japer Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Junior Pokomela, 5 Dennis Visser, 4 Nicolaas Immelman, 3 Luan de Bruin, 2 Reinach Venter, 1 Gert Kotze.
Replacements: 16 Elandre Huggett, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Sibabalo Qoma, 19 Ntokoza Vidima, 20 Daniel Maartens, 21 Dian Badenhorst, 22 Marco Mason.

Referee: Marius van der Westhuizen
Assistant referees: Ben Crouse, Archie Sehlako
TMO: Marius Jonker

* Pictured by Wayne Seagreen

Lukhanyo Am (9min), John-Hubert Meyer (22min), Inny-Christian Radebe (27min), Louis Schreuder (37min), Marius Louw (47min), Sibusiso Nkosi (58min), and Sibusiso Nkosi (68min)
TRIES
Marco Mason (65min) and Luther Obi (71min)
Inny-Christian Radebe (23min), Inny-Christian Radebe (28min), Inny-Christian Radebe (48min), Garth April (60min), and Garth April (69min)
CONVERSIONS
Marco Mason (72min)
 
PENALTIES
Ryno Eksteen (15min)
 
PENALTY TRIES
 
DROP GOALS
 
 
 
VENUE Durban
REFEREE Marius van der Westhuizen