Black and White Blackout for Saturday

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Inspirational Sharks captain Keegan Daniel. Photo by Bruce Taylor /Rugby15.

The Sharks achieved their second last hurdle in the hunt for Currie Cup glory. After a well-executed Absa Currie Cup clash against Griquas on Friday night at Mr Price KINGS PARK, The Sharks have secured the top spot on the log. The Sharks will now host the Blue Bulls on Saturday, with kick-off scheduled for 16h30.

Sharks coach John Plumtree added, “It goes without saying that the boys have done us all so proud. We haven’t had the best of luck in terms of weather lately but we have secured the wins, which was key to our campaign. I want to thank the supporters who have braved the weather to sit through the pouring rain – you have no idea how we appreciate that. We don’t want you to stop there, this Saturday the team needs you as the home crowd plays an important role on match days. Come to the stadium and support us!”

With the reintroduction of additional Springbok players who have returned to the squad for Saturday’s encounter, The Sharks have every opportunity to maintain their winning ways here at Mr Price KINGS PARK. There is no doubt that The Sharks wish to keep this unbeaten record at home this year and secure a home Final on 27 October.

Michael Ablett, Sharks Marketing Manager, who appreciates how passionate Sharks supporters are said, “Once more we are asking our supporters of all ages, to make KZN a black and white fortress on Saturday, to show your support for the team to go all the way to the finals.”

There are plenty of opportunities to win tickets to the game on Saturday so be sure to listen to the radio, read the newspapers and follow the latest news about the team on The Sharks facebook page:, or on twitter @TheSharksZA and the website.

Good news for supporters is that the ticket price for semis will remain the same as last year, R150 for adults and R70 for scholar benches. Tickets are on sale from The Sharks ticket office in Isaiah Ntshangase Road (formerly Walter Gilbert Road) as well as Computicket, which will include an admin fee.

Remember to keep your world black and white this week.

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