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Currie Cup | Durban
13:00 (GMT) | 23-09-2017
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After the line-out the ball goes into touch and the ref blows the final whistle. THat's the end of the game.
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Piet Van Zyl feeds the scrum as the siren sounds. A powerful shove by the Sharks sees the Bulls under pressure but they win a penalty and opt for touch
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The Bulls with ball in hand deep inside their own half. Tera Mtembu tries to intercept but the ball is lost forward. Bulls scrum just over their own 22
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Possession changes hands a few times as both teams are struggling to hold onto the ball given the weather conditions.
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The Bulls struggling to hold onto their ball and the Sharks get a line-out in good attacking position
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The Ref goes upstairs and spots foul play by Smith during the chase and goes all the way back for a penalty to the Bulls and they opt for touch
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The Bulls kick it high and Agaba applies pressure and wins the ball back for his team. The Bulls on the attack a poor pass by Pollard sees the ball land in no man's land. the ball is kicked through by the Shark's. Gelant fails to field the ball and the ball is kicked through again. Smith chases but is beaten to the chase by Matthews
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Bosch clears from the scrum and the Bulls look to run it back
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After the restart the Bulls wins a penalty and opts for touch. Daniel puts pressure on the Bulls' l;ine-out and the ball is lost forward. Sharks scrum deep inside their own half
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The home team makes a mess of their line-out and the Bulls look to attack but the Sharks get their hands on the ball and Bosch opt for a drop goal. He strikes it perfectly as it goes sailing over
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The Sharks look to attack short but Marius Louw fails to hang onto the bal. Bulls scrum on their own 5. Pollard clears into touch from the scrum
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The BUlls looking to attack wide but the ball is lost forward and the Sharks get a scrum 10m away from the opposition's try line.
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Sharks line-out on their own 22, they look to maul but is going nowhere and they break away. Ndungani finds space before kicks and the ball goes into touch
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Sharks scrum inside the Bulls' 22 as Bosch looks to step. The Sharks building a few phases. The ball is lost forward and Piet van Zyl scoops it up and looks to launch the counter. He kicks down field and finds touch in good position
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From 46 metres out and in trying conditions, Bosch takes a shot at posts. He gets enough distance on it, but pushes the kick to the right.
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PENALTY, SHARKS, BOSCH! 15-5: Bosch nails a penalty kick to stretch the lead to 10. Good response from the Sharks after conceding the try.
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Pollard fails to add the extras
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TRY, BULLS, FORTUIN! 12-5: The ball goes loose after a scrappy piece of play and Fortuin scoops it up and goes over! At last, the Blue Bulls have their reward.
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The Sharks are penalised for failing to roll away at the breakdown. Tyler Paul was caught in an uncomfortable position there. Now the Blue Bulls will have a chance to drive forward.
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Bosch's penalty kick comes off the right

Half Time

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Powerful scrum by the Sharks as they win their ball and Bosch kicks it out as the siren sounds for half time
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The Bulls win their line-out ball and looks to attack wide but the ball is lost forward by Gelant. Sharks scrum inside their own half.
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Claassens feeds the scrum as the Sharks puts it up in the middle before BOsch clears into toch just over their 10
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The Sharks defense forces a scrum after the Bulls' line-out. Scrum reset 5m away.
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The Bulls halfback finds some space with a chip kick but is beaten to the chase and the ref goes back for the penalty advantage and the Bulls opt for touch.
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The Bulls look to drive before they put it up in the middle. Good counter rucking by the Sharks wins the ball back for the Sharks and they clear into touch
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The Bulls clears and the ball is lost for ward by a Sharks player, Scrum inside their own half for the Bulls. They look to attack wide as Gelant tries to step. Penalty awarded to the Bulls and they opt for touch
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The Sharks look maul but their momentum is stopped and they go wide. Bosch tries the cross kick again but Gelant is in position to defend it and Nkosi is tackled into touch.
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Bosch clears from the scrum and finds it close to their own 10. The Sharks wins a free-kick at the line-out they tap it quick and Bosch boots it up in the air as they look to apply pressure. The Sharks is awarded a penalty and they opt for touch
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The Bulls win their scrum but the ball is lost forward in contact as they look to launch an attack. Sharks scrum inside their own 22
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Penalty for the Bulls and they opt for touch. Possession changes hand and the sharks look to attack but the ball is lost forward by Ndungani. Bulls scrum in good attacking position
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Wet conditions have an effect on play as the Sharks win a penalty in front of goal. They win a penalty and opt for the scrum but the ball pops out in is booted back down field by a Bulls player as they apply pressure
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After the restart the Sharks clears and Bosch gets the bounce of the ball as it goes out just inside the field of play
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Bosch adds the extras
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The Sharks look to maul but is stopped by the Bulls defense and they run it up close. After a few phases they go wide and Keegan Daniel powers his way over the line
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The Bulls look to attack wide from their line-out. Play is stopped by the ref to check some foul play and the Sharks is awarded a penalty after he spotted a neck roll by a Bulls player. Bosch finds touch 15m away from the Bulls try line
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The ball is lost backward from the Bulls at the line-out a Sharks player manages to collect but he puts his hand in touch. The ball is won back by the Sharks who looks to attack wide but is penalised on the ground
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The Sharks go wide from the scrum but the ball is lost forward and the Bulls is awarded a scrum close to their own 22. Another scrum penalty won by the Bulls and they opt for touch
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Touch found just over the halfway mark. The ball is lost forward and the scrum is awarded to the home team
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The Bulls is awarded a scrum deep inside their own half after a Sharks handling error. Scrum penalty won by the Bulls and they opt for touch
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The Sharks attacking wide left and April finds some space. The ball comes back and Bosch tries a drop goal from out far but his attempt goes astray
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After the restart the Bulls wins a penalty and opts for touch. Line-out ball is spilled but the Bulls manages to retain the ball as they play advantage. The ball is won back by the Sharks and they put in a high kick and apply pressure.
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Bosch fails to add the extras from out wide
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The Sharks attack the blind and Ndungani finds some space. The ball is played back the opposite side and Bosch puts in a perfectly timed cross kick into space. Sibusiso Nkosi collects and scores
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The Bulls get the game on the way with a deep kick-off. The Sharks field the ball and put up a few phases before April clears. The Bulls looks to counter but the Sharks defense manages to force a turnover when they hold up the Bulls attacker. Scrum Sharks ball, inside the Bulls half
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The players are doing their final preparations before taking the field in this epic derby. Referee AJ Jacobs will be in charge of this fixture
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Players to look out for in the in the Sharks outfit would have to be Garth April on full back, Curwin Bosch on flyhalf and Keegan Daniel at #6. The Blue Bulls will expect strong performances by Warrick Gelant and Duncan Matthews at the back and Jannes Kirsten up front. Prediction: The Sharks are strong outfit and they are full of confidence. They should win by 12 points at least.
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As the round-robin stage of this years Currie Cup slowly comes to an end the Sharks will look to secure their spot in the semi-finals while the men from Pretoria while try to register a win to make sure that they still have a mathematical chance of making the permutations to play in the semi-final. The home team are on an eight-match winning run, while the Blue Bulls will be chasing their first win since September 1. The Sharks have included Springbok squad members Mahlatse Ralepelle (hooker) and Daniel du Preez (loose forward), in the starting team in two of five changes to the side, following their release to play Currie Cup rugby. New Bok squad member, scrumhalf Louis Schreuder, however, will miss the match due to a family commitment and has been replaced by Michael Classens. The Blue Bulls, in turn, have named Springbok flyhalf Handre Pollard among the replacements in a side that shows two changes to the starting team, with prop Conraad van Vuuren replacing Matthys Basson and winger Johnny Kotze taking over from Rabs Maxwane.
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Welcome to Durban where the Sharks will face-off against the Blue Bulls in this Currie Cup fixture
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START LINE UP
  • 1 Thomas Du Toit
  • 2 Mahlatse Ralepelle
  • 3 Ross Geldenhuys
  • 4 Tyler Paul
  • 5 Ruan Botha
  • 6 Keegan Daniel
  • 7 Jacques Vermeulen
  • 8 Daniel du Preez
  • 9 Michael Claassens
  • 10 Curwin Bosch
  • 11 Sibusiso Nkosi
  • 12 Marius Louw
  • 13 Jeremy Ward
  • 14 Odwa Ndungane
  • 15 Garth April
RESERVES
  • 16 Franco Marais
  • 17 Juan Schoeman
  • 18 Jean Droste
  • 19 Tera Mtembu
  • 20 Cameron Wright
  • 21 Tristan Blewett
  • 22 Rhyno Smith
START LINE UP
  • 1 Pierre Schoeman
  • 2 Edgar Marutlulle
  • 3 Conraad van Vuuren
  • 4 Ruben van Heerden
  • 5 Aston Fortuin
  • 6 Nick de Jager
  • 7 Jannes Kirsten
  • 8 Jano Venter
  • 9 Ivan van Zyl
  • 10 Marnitz Boshoff
  • 12 JT Jackson
  • 13 Burger Odendaal
  • 14 Duncan Matthews
  • 15 Warrick Gelant
RESERVES
  • 11 Johnny Kotze
  • 16 Johan Grobbelaar
  • 17 Matthys Basson
  • 18 Tim Agaba
  • 19 Marco Van Staden
  • 20 Piet van Zyl
  • 21 Handre Pollard
  • 22 Ulrich Beyers
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round 11

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 13:33

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The pressure is set to rise significantly in the Currie Cup Premier Division this weekend as all seven participating teams still have a chance of securing semifinal berths in the competition with only four pool rounds remaining including this weekend.

The Free State Cheetahs and the Pumas kick-off the weekend's action on Friday in Bloemfontein.

There are two matches on Saturday - the Sharks will take on the Bulls at Kings Park in the early game before Western Province welcome Griquas to Newlands in the final game.

The Golden Lions have a bye in Round 11.

We take a look at all the Round 11 action!

Friday, September 22:

Free State Cheetahs v Pumas
(Free State Cheetahs, Bloemfontein - Kick-off: 17.30; 15.30 GMT)

The Pumas will look to register their first Currie Cup victory against the Free State Cheetahs since 2014 when the sides meet at in Bloemfontein on Friday. 

The hosts come off back-to-back defeats, while the Pumas will enter the match with confidence after toppling Western Province.

While a victory for either side will boost their chances of a semifinal berth, a defeat for the Free State Cheetahs could see them drop out of the top four, while the Pumas will be under pressure to fight for a semifinal berth in the next few weeks if they suffer a defeat.

The Free State Cheetahs' side features 11 personnel changes, among them the inclusion of BlitzBok Cecil Afrika on the wing, hooker Joseph Dweba and flyhalf Robbie Petzer.

Another Springbok Sevens star, Chris Dry, will again lead the team. 

The Pumas made only two personnel changes, which sees hooker Frankie Herne and flank Brian Shabangu earn starts.

Recent results:
2017: Free State Cheetahs won 45-34, Nelspruit
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 52-10, Nelspruit
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 37-37, Nelspruit
2014: Pumas won 31-17, Bloemfontein
2014: Pumas won 28-21, Nelspruit

Prediction: The Free State Cheetahs have brought in a few experienced players for the clash, but we think the Pumas will still be too strong for them in Bloemfontein. The Pumas to win by 10 points.

Teams: 

Free State Cheetahs: 15 Clayton Blommetjies, 14 Vuyani Maqina, 13 Ali Mgijima, 12 Lloyd Greeff, 11 Cecil Afrika, 10 Robbie Petzer, 9 Zee Mkhabela, 8 Jasper Wiese, 7 Chris Dry (captain), 6 Daniel Maartens, 5 Carl Wegner, 4 Dennis Visser, 3 Erich de Jager, 2 Joseph Dweba, 1 Gert Kotze.
Replacements: 16 Reinach Venter, 17 Andrew Kuhn, 18 Jeremy Jordaan, 19 Nicolaas Immelman, 20 Juan-Philip Smith, 21 Jacobus Jonker, 22 Stephan Janse van Rensburg.

Pumas: 15 Justin van Staden, 14 Jerome Pretorius, 13 Gerrit Smith, 12 Hennie Skorbinski (captain), 11 Ruwellyn Isbell, 10 Kobus Marais, 9 Stefan Ungerer, 8 Willie Engelbrecht, 7 Thembelani Bholi, 6 Brian Shabangu, 5 Hugo Kloppers, 4 Stefan Willemse, 3 Pieter Scholtz, 2 Frankie Herne, 1 Kwezi Mona.
Replacements: 16 Marko Janse van Rensburg, 17 De-Jay Terblanche, 18 Cameron Lindsay, 19 Francois Kleinhans, 20 Hilton Lobberts, 21 Theo Maree, 22 Selom Gavor.

Referee: Jaco Peyper
Assistant referees: Jaco Kotze, Eon van Zyl
TMO: Lourens van der Merwe

Date: Saturday, September 23:

Sharks v Blue Bulls
(Kings Park, Durban - Kick-off: 15.00; 13.00 GMT)

The Sharks will have their sights set on cementing their semifinal spot and strengthening their position at the top of the log when they meet the Blue Bulls in Durban on Saturday. 

The visitors, in turn, will also be determined to register a victory to remain within a realistic range of working their way into the top four as the pool stages draw to a close.

The home team are on an eight-match winning run, while the Blue Bulls will be chasing their first win since September 1.

The Sharks have included Springbok squad members Mahlatse Ralepelle (hooker) and Daniel du Preez (loose forward), in the starting team in two of five changes to the side, following their release to play Currie Cup rugby. 

New Bok squad member, scrumhalf Louis Schreuder, however, will miss the match due to a family commitment and has been replaced by Michael Classens.  

The Blue Bulls, in turn, have named Springbok flyhalf Handre Pollard among the replacements in a side that shows two changes to the starting team, with prop Conraad van Vuuren replacing Matthys Basson and winger Johnny Kotze taking over from Rabs Maxwane.

"It's great to be back in Durban to be playing at Kings Park after sucking oxygen for 80 minutes in Kimberley last week," said Sharks hooker Franco Marais.

"They have quite an expansive game plan, they run from kick-offs, from everywhere, so it's going to be a challenge, but the Bulls always rely on their strong, dominant forwards, so we as a forward pack know the match is going to be very physical."

Meanwhile, Blue Bulls coach John Mitchell believes his side will have to be at their very best to upset the home side. 

"We are no doubt facing our biggest challenge of the season," Mitchell said.

"The Sharks have been in awesome form this year and to have to travel down to Durban to face them is not making it any easier. That said, this group is all about challenges and how we confront and handle them, so we are looking forward to the clash."

Mitchell was keen to see more improvement from the team.

"We are slowly starting to come to grips with a number of structural changes and for once, there is some continuity available in selection, something that was not possible earlier in the competition."

The team will again be captained by Burger Odendaal.

"We are working hard to adapt to a number of things and there was a positive approach to the work put in this week, so we now need to go down to Durban and show the improvements," Odendaal said.

Recent results: 
2017: Sharks won 28-20, Pretoria
2016: Sharks won 26-19, Durban
2015: Blue Bulls won 17-13, Durban
2014: Sharks won 26-15, Pretoria
2013: Sharks won 18-16, Pretoria

Prediction: The Sharks are strong outfit and they are full of confidence. They should win by 12 points at least.

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Marius Louw, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Curwin Bosch, 9 Michael Classens, 8 Daniel du Preez, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Mahlatse Ralepelle, 1 Thomas du Toit.                
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Tera Mtembu, 20 Cameron Wright, 21 Tristan Blewett, 22 Rhyno Smith.

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Burger Odendaal (captain), 12 John Jackson, 11 Johnny Kotze, 10 Marnitz Boshoff, 9 Ivan van Zyl, 8 Jano Venter, 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Nic de Jager, 5 Aston Fortuin, 4 Ruben van Heerden, 3 Conraad van Vuuren, 2 Edgar Marutlulle, 1 Pierre Schoeman.
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Tim Agaba, 19 Marco van Staden, 20 Piet van Zyl, 21 Handré Pollard, 22 Ulrich Beyers.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Rodney Boneparte
TMO: Christie du Preez

Western Province v Griquas
(Newlands, Cape Town - Kick-off: 17.15; 15.15 GMT)

Western Province will look to bounce back from their defeat last week and make amends for going down against Griquas in Kimberley in the first half of the competition when the sides meet at Newlands on Saturday. 

The visitors are currently languishing at the foot of the log after four successive defeats, which makes a victory vital to keep alive their slim semifinal hopes, while the hosts will want to remain in the top four and in the running for a possible home semifinal.

Griquas' best result in Cape Town since the 1996 season was a draw in 2011, but they will have to step up their defence, in particular, to give Western Province a run, as they have conceded close to double the amount of points to the hosts so far in the competition.

Western Province bolstered their starting team with three returning national squad members, Dillyn Leyds, Damian de Allende and Wilco Louw, among six changes to the side that went down last week. 

The clash will be particularly memorable for captain and lock Chris van Zyl, who will earn his 50th cap.

Griquas, in turn, made seven personnel changes, which features a new captain, flank Sias Koen, and a new-look front row with prop Devon Martinus and hooker Wilmar Arnoldi earning starts.

The WP coach, John Dobson, said that his team is looking forward to playing at Newlands again.

"We know that we have to raise our standards significantly and the players are excited to play at Newlands again," the coach said.

"It is great to have some players back from Springbok duty, but the focus is on delivering a convincing team performance."

Recent results: 
2017: Griquas won 44-34, Kimberley
2016: Western Province won 52-31, Kimberley
2015: Western Province won 33-15, Cape Town
2015: Western Province won 43-19, Kimberley
2014: Western Province won 36-12, Cape Town

Prediction: Province have a few Springboks back and they are playing at home, so they should win by 15 points at least.

Teams:

Western Province: 15 Dillyn Leyds, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 Huw Jones, 12 Damian de Allende, 11 Werner Kok, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Dewaldt Duvenage, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Cobus Wiese, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Chad Solomon, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Dean Muir, 17 Caylib Oosthuizen, 18 Johan du Toit, 19 Sikhumbuzo Notshe, 20 Justin Phillips, 21 Robert du Preez, 22 Ruhan Nel.

Griquas: 15 Eric Zana, 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Kyle Steyn, 12 Tertius Kruger, 11 Enver Brandt, 10 George Whitehead, 9 Renier Botha, 8 Kevin Kaba, 7 Sias Koen (Captain), 6 De Wet Kruger, 5 Sintu Manjezi, 4 Jonathan Janse Van Rensburg, 3 Nicolaas Oosthuizen, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Devon Martinus.
Replacements: 16 Abraham Le Roux, 17 Liam Hendricks, 18 Shaun McDonald, 19 Conway Pretorius, 20 Christiaan Meyer, 21 Christopher Bosch, 22 Adriaan Coertzen

Referee: Cwengile Jadezweni
Assistant referees: Marius van der Westhuizen, Sinethemba Mrulwa
TMO: Joey Klaaste-Salmans

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Sharks slip-sliding to victory

Sat, 23 Sep 2017 13:00

CURRIE CUP REPORT: The Sharks cemented top spot on the standings and home ground advantage in the play-offs.

It may not have been pretty, but in monsoon-like conditions, the home team secured a scrappy 18-5 win over the Blue Bulls in their Round 11 outing.

The win - by two tries to one - puts the Sharks 13 points clear at the top with just three rounds remaining.

It is their ninth consecutive win of the season.

The extraordinary testing conditions mean there was very little chance of any constructive play.

The Sharks got off to a perfect start, as Sibusiso Nkosi scored the opening try inside three minutes - the tournament's leading try-scorer running onto the perfect cross kick from Curwin Bosch.

The try had come off a Bulls mistake and there would be plenty more - from both sides - as the wet ball played havoc with the players.

The second try went the way of Keegan Daniel, who barged his way over the tryline through two defenders - this after the Blue Bulls had been penalised for a dangerous neck roll clean-out. From the resultant penalty, kicked to touch, the ball was recycled through the phases with good continuity - setting up the try. Bosch's conversion took the Sharks into a 12-nil lead as the game hit the end of the first quarter.

The home team showed a real sense of urgency and put real pressure on a Blue Bulls side that tried to play, but battled to handle the pressure they were under.

While the Sharks dominated possession and territory, the visitors certainly had chances - but simply couldn't put enough phases together on attack.

After dominating in the opening quarter, the Sharks found more resistance from the Blue Bulls.

The sides went into the half-time break with the Sharks still leading 12-nil.

Given the weather conditions, rain falling harder and harder as the game went on, it was always going to be a match won through the platform set by forwards.

With Curwin Bosch's educated and highly-skilled boot keeping the Bulls pinned back in their half, the visitors always found themselves on the back foot.

With half an hour of play remaining, the Blue Bulls sent on a rash of replacements and immediately gained a return with a try to lock Aston Fortuin. Handré Pollard failed to convert and the Bulls were seven points behind.

Moments later Curwin Bosch scored the first penalty of the game to stretch the lead to 10 points.

Out of nowhere, Bosch kicked a drop-goal to extend the lead to 13 points.

It was something of a comedy of errors in the dying minutes.

Man of the match: All the players deserve credit for their endeavour in some desperately poor, monsoon-like conditions. Two players stood out above the rest. Sharks flank Keegan Daniel, who made a nuisance of himself at the breakdown and in the line-outs. Also, there was Sharks flyhalf Curwin Bosch, who produced amazing skills in the testing conditions - winning our award.

The scorers:

For the Sharks:
Tries:
Nkosi, Daniel
Con: Bosch
Pen: Bosch
DG: Bosch

For the Blue Bulls:
Try:
Fortuin

Teams:

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Jeremy Ward, 12 Marius Louw, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Curwin Bosch, 9 Michael Classens, 8 Daniel du Preez, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Mahlatse Ralepelle, 1 Thomas du Toit.                
Replacements: 16 Franco Marais, 17 Juan Schoeman, 18 Jean Droste, 19 Lubabalo Mtembu, 20 Cameron Wright, 21 Tristan Blewett, 22 Rhyno Smith.

Blue Bulls: 15 Warrick Gelant, 14 Duncan Matthews, 13 Burger Odendaal (captain), 12 John Jackson, 11 Johnny Kotze, 10 Marnitz Boshoff, 9 Ivan van Zyl, 8 Jano Venter, 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Nic de Jager, 5 Aston Fortuin, 4 Ruben van Heerden, 3 Conraad van Vuuren, 2 Edgar Marutlulle, 1 Pierre Schoeman.
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Tim Agaba, 19 Marco van Staden, 20 Piet van Zyl, 21 Handré Pollard, 22 Ulrich Beyers.

Referee: AJ Jacobs
Assistant referees: Ruhan Meiring, Rodney Boneparte
TMO: Christie du Preez

Sibusiso Nkosi (3min) and Keegan Daniel (17min)
TRIES
Aston Fortuin (51min)
Curwin Bosch (18min)
CONVERSIONS
Curwin Bosch (54min)
PENALTIES
 
PENALTY TRIES
Curwin Bosch (71min)
DROP GOALS
 
 
 
VENUE Durban
REFEREE AJ Jacobs