Stormers suffocate Sharks

2011-04-04 10:10

Stephen Nell

Durban – Can it really only be five months since the Sharks smashed Western Province here at Kings Park in the Currie Cup final?

On Saturday, the Stormers certainly extracted an impressive revenge. The score may only have been 16-6, but it’s the total control that the Stormers exerted that made an impression.

Last year the Stormers and WP were the victims of early blitzkriegs by the Sharks at Kings Park. But on Saturday the Stormers dominated the collisions from the outset.

Peter Grant gave the Stormers the lead with an early penalty.

Grant succeeded with all four his kicks at goal, but it was the whole team’s effort on defence that ensured the victory.

Willem Alberts gave WP major headaches with his tackling and powerful ball-carries in the Currie Cup final, but on Saturday he was tackled back early by Stormers lock Rynhardt Elstadt.

Elstadt played very well until he was replaced by De Kock Steenkamp and one can only drool about the 21-year-old lock’s potential.

Schalk Burger also performed well as loose forward and captain on his return to the side.

With respect to Alberts, it’s something of a mystery how he could be picked as man of the match over Burger, but as Stormers coach Allister Coetzee said, it’s getting the four log points that counts.

Burger also scored the only try of the match after good work by Jaque Fourie.

The try had its origin in a counter-attack that Bryan Habana launched after a weak kick down field by the home side.

Grant converted and the score was 10-3 after just 15 minutes.

After that the Sharks were strangled into submission. Possession was often coughed up by the home side and every route on the attack proved to be a blind alley with a wall of defenders.

On the odd occasion that they got through, the Stormers’ scramble defence took care of the situation. A good example was when Gio Aplon chased down Jacques-Louis Potgieter following a counter-attack from their own 22m-area by the Sharks.

Potgieter’s poor kicking – he succeeded with only two out of five kicks – was in strong contrast to Grant, whose success ratio for the season now stands at 85% (34 from 40).

At the lineouts the home team also conceded possession to Andries Bekker and Co on a number of occasions.

It came as no surprise when the Sharks’ attempts at rescuing a bonus point from the game ended with a knock-on in the Stormers’ 22m-area.

While the Sharks deserve credit for trying to attack to the very end, the Stormers’ defence ultimately proved decisive.

Five months ago Kings Park was in ecstasy following the Currie Cup final victory. On Saturday, a hush of silence descended on the stadium as the Stormers tackled the Sharks into submission.


Sharks 6 (6): Penalties: Jacques-Louis Potgieter (2).
16 (13): Try: Schalk Burger. Conversion: Peter Grant. Penalties: Grant (3).


  • Witsand local - 2011-04-04 10:20

    Also picked Burger as man of the match but Alberts is busy making a huge name for himself! Although Aplon is so small he doesnt stand back for anybody and it was another stellar performance which begs the question: how long much longer till he becomes a regular starter in the Bok team? At the expense of Kirchner who has become one dimentional. And while du Preez is still no9 for the Boks I would prefer having Hougaard on the wing- you just can't afford not having him in any team!

  • mummford - 2011-04-04 10:20

    and above is the pic of our new Bok Fly half.The only S.A fly half to have been consistent throughout this compo so far.Morne should watch and learn.You cant be hot and cold in this compo(i can see im going to have to explain what that means to Alwyn"both eyes point south)

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 10:28

      @Mummford - Most will agree that Morne has been a "hero" due to his goal-kicking more than anything else. He used to be a creative flyhalf - back in the day when he played 2nd fiddle to that other Nass clone, Hougaard. Sadly, all that creativity has been coached out of him by the Boks and Bulls....AND: if the only jusitification for his Bok place is his 'kicking', even that is surely in doubt - as Peter Grant is deadeye he ain't afraid to attack the his defence is no dount better than Morne's. However - folk will argue that Morne can drop and Morne gets more distance when kicking for territory...... So whilst I would love to see Grant given the jersey - you know and I know that in allllllllllll probability Steyn and du Preez will be defending the World Cup, kicking all the way.....

      mummford - 2011-04-04 10:31

      saffa, i dont know.I think Grant will be given a chance!

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 10:40

      @Mummford - P Divvy is making the right noises RE: Grant - but will he actually have the vision to do what he SAYS he is thinking...confusing stuff. And it's funny, because in 2007 P Divvy coached the emerging Boks, and Grant was his 10. Divvy RAVED about Grant then already.....Then last year, when Grant (in my mind) had done enough to warrant a call up, P Divvy tells him, he won't be needing him....and that he doesn't feature in the Bok plans...thats why we let him go to Japan...(I'm glad he did go though....he has come back as the ICEMAN...and last year was such a Bokflop I am glad he wasnt exposed to that :) So lets see - but what Divvy says and what Divvy does.....eish. Just remember, even the fastest gunslinger dies eventually, according to Div :)

      gooinat - 2011-04-04 10:42

      I would really give him a chance in the Tri Nations as well as Vermeulen,they can't do any worse than what Steyn and Spies are doing at the moment.Saffa,I here what you saying,Divvy will stick with the tried and tested and to those that he promised spots to.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 10:55

      @Gooinat - I promise you one thing. If Duane is ignored in terms of Tri Nations etc etc, I am enlisting the help of the Sports Minister....and his minions within the ANCYL.....I reckon a case of Johnny Walker Blue Label should get them interested in the JUSTICE FOR DUANE revolution.

      Rob - 2011-04-04 10:56

      Mumford, Divvy will stick with Morne and Fourie and play their crap kick and chase. I disagree that Grant is not good enough to play bokke in my opinion, however he should get a run in Tri-Nations to prove us wrong. Taken him 5/6 seasons to come close to what Lambie has produced in 1 Currie Cup season. However lets see how the Super15 unfolds.

      Brannas - 2011-04-04 11:45

      SAFFA-CAT, Ek sien jy waffel nog steeds, het jy nie werk om jou besig te hou nie, jy het regtig "VERBAL DIAREE " soos die Ingelse sal se'. bly bietjie stil man, jy praat net stront in elk geval.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 11:51

      @Brannas - A guy walks into a bar and says: "Johnny Walker, single". Another guy walks in and says: "Jack Daniels, single". Brannas(you) are sitting on a bar stool, listening to these dudes, so you say, "Petrus Poggenpoel" - divorced. That I reckon is an accurate screen shot of your intelligence. Thanks for playing, cheerio.

      mummford - 2011-04-04 12:02, almost fell of my chair.I pictured Brannas saying that with both eyes pointing north.

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 12:06

      ......Peter Grant is very overrated... .......Morne Steyn still the Champ....

      mummford - 2011-04-04 12:10

      saffa im going to say this as i truly believe he is a great player!I dont know when last i have seen a player attack from the back with such pace and a potent step!He has not got the size but it aint matter.Loved the way he reeled in Pottie when he thought he was in the clear.Aplon, you show those big over weight Dutchmen what our kaaspe coloreds can do.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 12:26

      @Mummford - Aplon KEEPS on making his detractors eat dirt.....Time and time again. It is in fact becoming frikkin tedious listening to Johnny and co predict Aplon's downgrading to a speedbump before every game....only for mighty mouse Appels to prove them wrong - again. Some of the these chaps have an obsession with size, bordering on a 'loco' obsession in fact. Look at Spies - (and this is possibly why I can't handle Frankensteins monster) - the man is HUGE/MASSIVE/FREAKSHOW MUSCLED - yet screeches like a girl for 80 mins, week in, week out.....(yet the "experts" reckon he is good purely because he is BIG. Dimwitted to say the least....You got Sin Bin Williams heading for your line on a clean break, who you gonna call? : a) Pierre Spies b)Gio Aplon c) Ghostbusters.

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-05 05:45

      SAFFA-CAT: Funniest comment I have seen in a long time !!!!

  • Brannas - 2011-04-04 10:34

    Die Stormtjies moet dit maar terdee geniet nou, hulle pak slae is baie naby. Ek het nog nooit sulke baie luidrugtige windgatte soos hier stormer ondersteuners teegekom nie. Hulle gaan hard val binnekort en dan hoop ek al die groot bekke sal stil wees vir n' rukkie. Die Blou Bul span is die een wat nou eers vorm kry, hulle gaan onoorwinbaar wees van nou af.

      Corrie - 2011-04-04 10:42

      Dis nie als verlore nie die Stormers het darm vir Kaplin wat hulle in die skrums wys hoe hulle moet bind hulle kry baie support gee dit vir die ouens...

      watalife - 2011-04-04 10:52

      @ Brannas Hoe gaan julle bulletjies hierdie naweek wen teen die Saders? As a stormers supporter i can be wingat if my team beats the bulls/sharks on home soil. Stormers will have to lift there game with at least 20% if they want to continue on there winning streak. You should stop drinking so early on a monday morning.

      FuzzyStorm - 2011-04-04 11:02

      Your bitter diatribe is duly noted. I reckon the Bulls will lose at least one more game while on tour..

      KingSmurf - 2011-04-04 11:10

      Jy praat van windgat na ons julle op julle tuisveld opgedonner het? En dan kom vertel jy ons die Bulls gaan onoorwinbaar wees van nou af? jy klink na die windgat doos hierrond!!

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-04 11:12

      Brannas : Julle klomp Flou Trille is darem suurgat , moet altyd probeer enige ander span slegmaak , word nou groot man , en los die Brannas & cheap cola !!!

      Atoombom - 2011-04-04 11:28

      @Brannas - wat doen julle blou bulle as julle gescore het? julle klim van julle sussies af

      watalife - 2011-04-04 11:29

      @FuzzyStrom They will lose more than just 2.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 11:29

      @Brannas - ek dink nie jy drink Brannas my maat, more like cough syrup.

      GHT - 2011-04-04 11:30

      I have to agree. I am a Stormers supporter, but I am almost ashamed to say I am a Stormers supporter just because of certain idiots. I bet that most of these crap talkers weren't even Stormers or Province supporters a couple of years back when WP didn't even make the semi's of CC (i think it was 2 years in a row?). I hate bad losers, but had winners is the worst.

      Brannas - 2011-04-04 11:33

      Julle klomp stormer ouens is maar rerig n' klomp vuil bekke jong,, eet julle met daardie monde, en weet julle Ma's dat julle op die Komper speel as julle moet huiswerk doen,, sies man.

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-04 11:34

      GHT: At least you cannot be talking about me , I have been a WP supporter through the good years ( 80's) and the bad years ( 90' & 2002 up)

      mummford - 2011-04-04 11:43

      Brannas... yes you will be ok.Hang in their, life does get better!

      Brannas - 2011-04-04 11:57

      Bradley, die slegte jare vir die stormers is nog nie verby nie ou maat, dit gaan nog vir baie jare aanhou,

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 12:03

      Brannas, .........die Stormers wen amper elke jaar die Super 15 en Currie beker... .......amper elke jaar sedert 2001... .......he he he he ...!!

      Raka13 - 2011-04-04 12:03

      Shame, jou naam spreek boekdele en reflekteer jou comments

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 12:11

      ...die geskiedenis sê dat die Stormers "FADERS" is...... ....sorry Stormers....

      mummford - 2011-04-04 12:18 is Lloyd?

      Marx - 2011-04-04 12:26

      Hoor hoor Brannas, hulle so vol wind, van daar die naam Stormers!!!

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-04 13:43

      Brannas: Goed en weet jy wat , daar is mense soos ek , saffa-cat en vele ander wat nog steed sal ondersteun , nie na 65 min in n wedstryd wegloop soos op MOFTUS , toe ons julle soos ape afgeslag het !!!!

      Shistirrer - 2011-04-04 15:54

      @Brannas: Weet jy wat 'n "Komper" is? Dis 'n moerse groot masjien wat met valves en punch cards werk en deur die Orania munisipaliteit gebruik word. Wys jou net hoe vêr agter die klip(drift) jy is. Toe jou vrou jou gesê het jy moet dit gaan afslaap het sy nie bedoel vir 30 jaar lank nie.

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-05 05:48

      Shistirrer : Ek glo nie hy weet nie , hulle gebruik nog "KOMPERS" " KOM PERS" in PTA !!!!

  • Tokozaan - 2011-04-04 10:36

    All of sudden P Grant gets sung as a hero, he wasn't playing against Lambie who in all honesty is sensational but wait also the Stormers are looking brilliant none the less so I can't wait for the rematch later on when Lambie gets to be back and the Sharks are back on track none the less things are looking GOOD! for Springbok rugby if you look at the talent coming through all of sudden!

      GILLBERT - 2011-04-04 10:44

      same story last year 2 sa teams in super final... come tri nations the boks only managed to win one game lol.... sa is in for a rude awakening coming RWC snorre will choke on his mustache

      Rob - 2011-04-04 10:52

      I hear you, the Stormers are rating themselves so highly after scraping a 10 point win against a tired, injury riden Sharks team. Honestly, this game just goes to show the Stormers are not all that. Yes they won and I'll be gracious in defeat, just think this was a case of the Sharks losing the game rather than the Stormers winning it. Grant still has a lot to prove as he is SUCH a carthorse and is one dimensional. taking it crash ball every second time he recives is so predictable. Carter will make him look like an amateur. The super 15 is not won in April.

      watalife - 2011-04-04 11:02

      How would Lambie have made a difference? When will the sharks get back on track? the rematch will have no better result for the sharks, grant is by far the best allround flyhalf in this country.

      Mike@CapeT - 2011-04-04 11:06

      Lambie is good, but I don't think he is as good as everyone is making him out to be. He does the basics very well...there is no X factor to him. This season so far, Grant has been the outstanding flyhalf....even Pdiddly has noticed! As for the Stormers rating themselves well, that is a stupid comment!

      FuzzyStorm - 2011-04-04 11:07

      @Rob - not gracious in defeat! The Sharks lost the game? Bullshit, they were strangeld out of the game. And would Lambie have made a difference when they were tackled backwards?

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 11:14

      @Rob - If the Sharks were unbeaten and top of the log - would you be whinging as you are now? Didn't think so..... Rather have a go at the Sharks management friend. For in case you weren't aware, the SHARKS were originally given the BYE in week 1. They protested and the fixtures were changed, giving the STORMERS the week 1 bye (the worst frikkin start there was). We did not have the luxury of protesting and whinging, we got saddled with it. SO: if your "tired" players are the reason for your loss, have a go at your union, and while you are busy with that tell them to sort out the whole front row issue - RE: John Smit and where he fits in, as it is OBVIOUS to anyone with an IQ, that most of your teams issues have more to do with insecurity RE: who is who in the front row zoo, that what they have to do with 'tired' players.

      mummford - 2011-04-04 11:49

      When you down and out, feeling like the brown stuff on the grass outside, have nothing left to say or do be like Robnob and look for faults in a side that S.A rugby should be proud of.Rob, the only person that will slate a side that is doing wonders at this moment is a jealous lonely sod.We know we are going to lose a few down the line, but to lose a few from sitting on top is way better to lose a few sitting in the bottom half of the log !So stand up old chap and give credit where it is due

      John - 2011-04-04 11:52

      The Sharks supporters are a bunch of suur gatte! At least the Bulls supporters are able to give some credit where it is due.

      Oukoos - 2011-04-04 11:57

      @ROb, I am in full agreement - the Supe is NOT won in April. However, for the Sharks it is already lost in April. Remember the Sharks must still play 2x against the Bulls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Rob - 2011-04-04 12:16

      Boys, relax. I have given credit where it is due trust me. I live with a bunch of Stormers supporters and have had to eat humble pie! And fork out a few cases of beer! The Stormers won fair and square, I can't argue. However Grant has played a few games and all of a sudden is the answer to wining the world cup. Chaps, he is yet to prove himself at bok level (and yes he deserves a chance come tri-nations) but until he has played and been consistent all Super 15 long, and done well against Carter and whoever the Aus flyhalf are in Tri-Nations we cna speak. And if he does well, i will be the first to agree he deserves the Bok no.10 jersey. Anyway whatever I say you guys will shoot down while you ride your wave of victory. @ Saffa-cat: Smit is a has been. Dont' need to convince me of that. I did enjoy watching Beast and Bismark and Jannie dominate your scrum though! Stormers need to work on that BIG time. Although CJ made some difference as well as John Smit, he is over the hill. Well done Stormers for your first win in DBN in 7 yrs, will give you that.

      mummford - 2011-04-04 12:23

      No one said he is going to win the world cup.You say he has played a few games.Those games are S15 games(toughest compo in rugby) and those games he has contributed a large amount of points.In "those" games he is the only fly half thus far that has left the field on every occasion that can pat himself on the back.He has been consistent throughout.So where would you base your selection from, The Bulls winning the final a year ago?????

      Rob - 2011-04-04 12:45

      I DO NOT think Morne Steyn should start which it seems you implying? I don't know who should start, because i'm not sure we have a good enough flyhalf poitn blank. Lambie is excellent but very young. Grant is playing better but got nothing on the likes of Carter, Cooper and Giteau for flair and game breaking ability. I'm fairly worried to be honest. And please try to chill out a bit, this is sport, not some political debate. Come year end we all have to back the bokke.

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-04 13:46

      Rob: The tired ol' workhorse , worked the ass off of Morne Steyn & that useless JLP that you clowns in Durs paid so much for !!!!

      Rob - 2011-04-04 14:48

      No really Cliff.... You can't see past your blue and white jersey

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-04 16:34

      Rob:You got it there , but I learnt from a bunch of clowns with Blue Sierras & Horns

      Jik - 2011-04-05 07:42

      @ Cliff - Clowns?? Don’t be so bitter.. Either stop acting like the trash you make the bulls out to be, or pull your head out of your ass long enough to at least acknowledge that your no better, and then drop the holier than thou act.. And to think the majority of Sharks supporters feel sorry for your franchise and its supporters when they tear into you as chokers, losers etc.. When you lose we must all feel sorry for you, but when you win you become a disgrace... Nice... Enjoy the ride while it lasts, karma tends to be a bitch…

  • Claude - 2011-04-04 10:54

    I could pick at least 15 man of the match candidates before Willem Alberts. I don't know who the selector was but either it was a consolation for the team that played badly on the day or selector has a biased agenda!

      Mike@CapeT - 2011-04-04 11:13

      I agree. Alberts played his normal 'mountain man' type of game but there were a number of players that deserved 'man of the match' ahead of him. It was quite noticable that some of the commentators (who I believe, name the 'man of the match') were quite (quietly) biased towards the Sharks in the commentary...could that have had a bearing on why Alberts was named!!!?

      watalife - 2011-04-04 11:24

      WA was replaced and then still takes the acculades, the commentators Andy Cap & Warren Bros had 100% influence on the decission. Everytime WA touched the ball they shouted and cheered him on so much that i changed to afrikaans commentary.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 11:28

      @Watalife - we were saying yesterday that all of us can heave a sigh of relief, Lambie wasn't playing. (Yes, I do like the kid) Andy Cap boils over with excitement for the full 80 mins when Lambie is on the is downright CREEPY.

  • David - 2011-04-04 11:20

    It was a Saturday match. We have seen it on TV, we have read the Sunday papers. By Monday morning we don't want to read a blow by blow match report again. We look for an analysis of the game, by knowledgeable commentators (writers). This is poor stuff.

      Raka13 - 2011-04-04 12:00

      Well said, these writers are borring.

  • sessisie - 2011-04-04 11:38

    What a huge team effort - impressive! The Sharks still don't know what hit them!

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 12:12

      ...the Sharks lost against themselves....

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 12:28

      @Johnny - how fortunate we are then, that every team we seem to play "loses against themselves" - long may it continue.

  • Danie - 2011-04-04 12:09

    Go Crusaders, show the Bulls that they have played against a very weak Hurricanes side on the day.. Hope the Crusaders put more than 50 over the windgat Bulls. Johnny BB, This is the first S15, so ek weet nie wanneer was die ander S15'S gespeel nie.

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 12:29

      Carter is out for the Bulls is Whitelock, and uncertainty over Kieran Read as well....the playing fields have been levelled somewhat.

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 12:30

      ....Bulls = Super Champs ...X3.. ......Stormers Super Faders ...X11....

      watalife - 2011-04-04 12:31

      Very sharp danie, this oke JohhnyBB is really stil agter die klip. All i want for breakfast saturday is for the bulls to lose and bakkies to try his luck SBW and get a lekker snot klap to make him come down to earth. bulls are ready to be picked like a bunch of vrot nanna's

      Shistirrer - 2011-04-04 15:48

      @watalife: JohnnyBaieBabalas is not so much agter die klip as he is agter die Klipdrift. The only commentary he has are things like "Stormers suck", "Stormers faders", etc etc. I doubt very much if he knows anything about rugby, and I mean ANYTHING at all. I have yet to see him making one single comment that's actually about what happened in a game, analysis wise. Come on JohnnyBrannas-vir-Brekfis, please prove me wrong and make an intelligent comment about rugby - only one, I will even accept a semi intelligent one (the leniency is especially for you because I don't want to make the challenge too difficult). Otherwise, please get the hell off these forums and go play with yourself.

  • Vegas - 2011-04-04 12:53

    Stephen, were you wearing your Stormers jersey while writing this article? How about some objective journalism??

      Chadwick - 2011-04-04 14:12

      True. Hes making it out like the Sharks were completely thrashed left to right. That wasn't the case though. Stormers won the game, end of story. But when you look at JLP who missed 3 kicks and think how much more confident the Sharks would've been had he got those kicks, you see really how crappy and sloppy the whole game was from both sides. Stormers weren't performing as well as they did last weekend, that's for sure. And the Sharks seem to have lost that spark they had last year when they brought a fresh new style of play into the game. I love my Sharks, but really JLP has to be replaced for kicker. We had the same issues with him against 'Saders last weekend. Both games could've ended differently if he had kicked properly.

      Oukoos - 2011-04-04 15:51

      @Chadwick, the Stormers in deed did not perform as well as the week before, but they played a strong team (CC champs!) and adapted their play according to the opponents of the day. This is what I call clever rugby.

  • - 2011-04-04 13:30

    Morne Steyn extremely over rated time to give the bok Jersey to Grant. Enough of this up and under crap time for some real Attacking skills....

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 15:52

      .....Peter Grant and tortoise Duanne Vermeulen highly overrated.... ......average provincial players.... ........they will not make the Bulls 2nd team....

      SAFFA-CAT - 2011-04-04 16:18

      @Johnyybb - you are correct they wouldn't make the Bulls B team.....cos then they would ensure that the B team thrashed the A team in practice daily...and we all know the Bulls A team need to feel like correct, players of Duane & Peter's quality would be kept far away from Steyn & Spies.

      CliffBradley - 2011-04-05 05:51

      JohnnyBB : Those 2 have pride , you would not catch them dead in a BLUE BULL jersey , No sir , you will not !!! - 2011-04-05 07:31

      unbeatabulls , lol at least my parent aren't brother and sister , fat useless Dutchman and if i remember correctly they been beaten twice , Stomers havent. hahahhahaha JohnnyBB Better tortoise Duanne than No talent Spies, wouldnt you agree. Let's be honest Grant ran rings around Morne and kicked better than him , in my book that leaves Morne been overrated.

  • RJ - 2011-04-04 13:30


      BaronSmurf - 2011-04-04 14:14

      nee,,,,, Stormers is K@K

      Shistirrer - 2011-04-04 15:38

      BarrenSmurf, if the Stormers are k@k, yet they are unbeaten, top of the overall log, and leading the SA conference by a considerable margin, what does it say about your team? Super-duper-unbelievable-k@k?

      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 15:53

      ......11 year "no cups" Stormers.....

      Shistirrer - 2011-04-04 16:02

      Johnny, you are so obsessed with cups, I suppose the "BB" means B-cup for your left moob (man-boob), B-cup for your right moob? Thank goodness us Stormer supporters have no cups.

  • potgieta - 2011-04-04 13:30

    Brannas if the Bulls win against a under par Hurricanes team it doesn't mean they played good Rugby.

  • unbeatabulls - 2011-04-04 14:58


      JohnnyBB - 2011-04-04 15:54

      .......Champion Bulls..!! ...Champion Bulls..!! ...Champion Bulls...!!!

      unbeatabulls - 2011-04-04 16:09

      like the sound of that CHAMPION BULLS

  • Bundy - 2011-04-04 15:03

    As a massive Sharks supporter it actually makes me fill ill to watch the Sharks play such crap rugby. The Stormers kicked the Sharks's assses in every aspect of the game. I think some individual Sharks players should drop their ego's and start playing as a team. To the Stormers well done and to the Sharks please guys get it together.

      RJ - 2011-04-04 15:57

      Sykes said that they have worked on areas that they can exploit the stormers seems like thr brothers eat up the homework

      Marius Swart - 2011-04-04 16:54

      Bundy as blou bul moet ek se die Sharks was verassend swak saterdag aangesien ek gedink het na die Crusaders verloor hulle meer opgewerk sou gewees het.Julle probleme het ongelukkig op loskakel begin en moet julle hoop Lambie is terug met julle volgende game.Stormers het hierdie een verdien maar moet ek se hoekom sharks met JP begin op vleul is ook moeilik om te verstaan.Hy is soos van ons blou bul spelers besig om lank in die tand te raak en moet die jong manne maar begin.Julle het volgens my die twee finaliste gespeel vir 2011 maar hoop ons maar vir wonderwerk van die bulle vorentoe.Hierdie naweek sal ons sien of ons verder rol gaan speel in die kompetisie.Sterkte

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