Jake's son in Sharks U-19 side

2014-08-01 10:20
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Durban - Wesley White, the son of Sharks Director of Rugby Jake White, features in the Sharks Under-19 team for their clash on Friday afternoon.

Wesley, 18, has been included on the bench for the junior Sharks team to face the Lions in an Absa Under-19 clash at the Woodburn Stadium in Pietermaritzburg.

The youngster plays hooker and was schooled at Diocesan College (Bishops) in Cape Town.

The Sharks Under-19s currently sit in fourth position on the A-section log.

They will play the curtain raiser (15:15 kick-off) for the Sharks 21s, who also tackle the Lions at Woodburn Stadium (17:00).

Sharks Under-19 team:

15. Chris Lines, 14. Malcolm Cele, 13. Marius Louw, 12. Brad Ellse, 11. Philip Marais, 10. Innocent Radebe, 9. Reece McHardy, 8. Ayron Schramm (captain), 7. Jean-Luc du Preez, 6. Daniel du Preez, 5. Hyron Andrews, 4. Johan du Toit, 3. Ruan Kramer, 2. Jordan Meaker, 1. Mzamo Majola

Substitutes: 16. Wesley White, 17. George Young, 18. Mthunzi Moloi, 19. Wian Vosloo, 20. Adriaan de la Rey, 21. Matthew Reece-Edwards, 22. Joshua Bragman, 23. Merlyn Pieterse

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