Sharks lose to Pukke before thumping Russia

    2020-01-11 09:32

    Cape Town - The Sharks had mixed results in their two warm-up matches played at the Kings Park's B-field on Friday.

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    A line-up consisting of mainly young players went down 31-26 to Varsity Cup outfit NWU-Pukke, before a more experienced team thumped Russia's national team 64-14.

    The Durbanites will play a second match against Russia next Friday (January 17) - also on Kings Park's B-field at 15:00.

    They will round off their pre-season preparations with a SuperHero Sunday fixture against the Stormers at FNB Stadium on 19 January.

    Sean Everitt's charges open their 2020 Super Rugby campaign at home against the Bulls on January 31.

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