The Golden Lions have roared into the Currie Cup final after a dominant semi-final victory over the Sharks at Ellis Park.
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Brad MacLeod-Henderson has named his team to take on the Golden Lions in their Currie Cup semi-final at Ellis Park.
Golden Lions coach Johan Ackermann has named his team to take on the Sharks in their Currie Cup semi-final at Ellis Park.
The Sharks will know all about how important the first phase battle, particularly at lineouts, is to Currie Cup success.
Warren Whiteley says he hopes to lead the Golden Lions to their first Currie Cup final after a two year absence.
Gary Gold appears the most likely candidate to replace Jake White as the Sharks' Director of Rugby.
Sharks utility back S'bura Sithole says the Golden Lions are favourites to win their Currie Cup semi-final.
Former Sharks flank Wayne Fyvie believes the performance of scrumhalf Cobus Reinach will be key when the Sharks tackle the Lions.
Brad MacLeod-Henderson knows it will take a "special effort" for them to beat the Golden Lions at Ellis Park.
Despite fielding a second-string side in their Currie defeat to the Sharks, WP coach Allister Coetzee said the loss still hurts.
Expected but still mouth-watering and apt Currie Cup semi-finals have been set up for next Saturday, writes Rob Houwing .
The Sharks have defeated a second-string Western Province outfit in their Currie Cup clash at Newlands.
Western Province hooker Tiaan Liebenberg has been ruled out of their Currie Cup clash against the Sharks.
If the Lions beat the Cheetahs at home, the clash between WP and the Sharks could end up becoming a "dead rubber".