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Sharks director of rugby Gary Gold has hailed their recent home victories over the Chiefs and the Force as "character-building".
The Sharks have fought their way to a scrappy win over the Force in their Super Rugby clash at Kings Park.
Recap all the action from the Super Rugby clash between the Sharks and the Force.
Sharks Director of Rugby Gary Gold says it was a challenging week trying to prepare his team for a Super Rugby clash with the Force.
While 1 or 2 games could be close, Rob Houwing fears just one SA triumph - by the Sharks - this weekend.
The hearing date for SANZAR’s appeal against the decision to rescind Frans Steyn’s red card has been postponed until next week.
SANZAR should be applauded for appealing the decision to rescind Frans Steyn’s red card for a dangerous tackle.
Jean Deysel will captain the Sharks in their Super Rugby clash against the Western Force at Kings Park.
After a difficult start to the Super Rugby season, consecutive victories that have elevated them into fifth spot on the combined log.
SANZAR has lodged an appeal against the outcome of the hearing that found Frans Steyn innocent of a tip tackle.
Jonathan Kaplan says Sharks centre Frans Steyn deserved to see red in his side’s Super Rugby clash against the Chiefs.
Frans Steyn’s escape from punishment means there are three candidates for the Sharks captaincy for their clash against the Force.
The Sharks' Springbok trio of Cobus Reinach, Marcell Coetzee and Pat Lambie are expected to be rested against the Force.
Bismarck du Plessis can count himself one lucky hooker after receiving a four-week ban for kicking, say Sport24 readers.
Statistics show that SA teams are battling to construct tries in Super Rugby and spending a lot of time defending, writes Rob Houwing .
Sharks centre Francois Steyn has had his red card for tackling Chiefs flyhalf Aaron Cruden expunged from his playing record.
5 talking points: Super Rugby Week 7
Sharks centre Frans Steyn has been found NOT GUILTY of a dangerous tip-tackle against the Chiefs. Your thoughts?
Yet another disgraceful disicion by a SANZAR Judicial Officier!
Lesson learnt: If you wish to get away with a tip-tackle, ensure two team-mates make it even MORE dangerous for the player on the receiving end
Both 1 and 2...
Didn't see the incident, can't comment
Good decision, deserved to get off
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