Lions must remain dominant

2014-10-20 14:29
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The lions played out of their skins last weekend and have been for most of the currie cup...Going as far as saying all of them should be at the Springbok camp...i would not go that far. As a Superugby team not playing full strength opposition throughout the currie cup means allot in they're buildup to Superugby and i will never deny that it sucked when my team lost last weekend. Coming next years Superugby competition it will show who is the best in not just the west but South Africa. I hope the Lions can do well next year as for all the SA teams but it would be interesting to see what happens when all teams are at full strength....specially when they get injuries in they're starting 15 and impact players and have nothing to fall back on. At least teams like the Sharks, Province and Bulls have those things in place.

You should win the currie cup but if you don't it will be a bitter pill to swallow and a mental setback for Superugby knowing you could not beat the second best SA has to offer.

When you win...i wish you all the best for next years Superugby and that your team stays fit and without any injuries.

Just want to add that you have allot of talent throughout the team. Allot of those players could stand in for the Boks on any given day.

All the best for the final
Sharks greetings

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