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Sharks name touring party

2010-02-20 09:35
Sharks skipper John Smit (File)
Durban - A 25-man Sharks touring squad has been announced ahead of their five-match tour to Australia and New Zealand

The squad will depart from Durban, bound for Christchurch on Saturday afternoon.

John Plumtree has named both Wilhelm Steenkamp and Andy Goode in his group, after the lock and flyhalf named on Thursday as new additions to the squad.

Riaan Swanepoel who missed the first two of matches, but played in the warm-up match for the Sharks XV against their Free State counterparts, has been included.

Young Patrick Lambie who played at flyhalf for the Sharks XV in the curtain-raiser and played for the Sharks in the Currie Cup after starring for the Sharks Under-21s has also been included.

The Sharks take on the Crusaders, Waratahs, Brumbies, Highlanders and Hurricanes on successive weekends before returning home.

Sharks touring squad:

Willem Alberts, Jacques Botes, Craig Burden, Deon Carstens, Keegan Daniel, Jean Deysel, Bismarck du Plessis, Jannie du Plessis, Adrian Jacobs, Ryan Kankowski, Rory Kockott, Patrick Lambie, Tendai Mtawarira, Johann Muller, Waylon Murray, Lwazi Mvovo, Odwa Ndungane, Ruan Pienaar, JP Pietersen, John Smit (captain), Wilhelm Steenkamp, Riaan Swanepoel, Steven Sykes, Stefan Terblanche, Andy Goode


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