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Currie Cup | Johannesburg
17:30 (GMT) | 12-08-2017
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The Lions on the defence again after the restart kick. They try to hold at their 22. The ball lost forward and the referee blows to end the game. FULL TIME
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The conversion is good
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The away team put the final nail in the coffin with another TRY to Daniel
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The Sharks turnover after the line-out and April kicks forward. The Sharks move forward after a line-out around the 22
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Line-out to the Lions at the half way after the reset kick is cleared
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The conversion is good
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The Sharks take the ball after the turnover and Vermeulen carries it over the line to put the Sharks firmly ahead
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The Lions showing resilience as they push to the 22 of the Sharks but they lose it
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The Lions burst forward after the scrum but lose it outside the 5. The ball is tackled into touch at the 5 of the Sharks
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Scrum to the Lions
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The ball lost forward at the half way
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The Sharks shove the Lions back after the restart kick
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April adds the extras
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The Sharks make it over the line to level the score at 31 a piece. Meyer the man to score the TRY
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The Sharks shove themselves forward with the numbers advantage and force the Lions to rally around the wing along the home team 5
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The visitors now inside the 10 and they power through to the steps of the 22
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The Sharks take a line-out and make some ground with a maul
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The Lions win a scrum at their 10 and send it out wide looking for space
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The Sharks carry forward again after the reset and look to be gaining ground quickly on the Lions' position in this match
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The conversion is good
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They take their scrum and make it over the line again. TRY to the away team
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The Sharks have it again after the clearance with a scrum outside the 5 of the Lions
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Scrum to the Lions outside their 5
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They make their way inside the 22 of the Lions, probing at the 5 until the ball is lost forwad
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The Lions look to regain control of the match now after the restart but the Sharks quickly taking hold of the ball and moving forward
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The Sharks push over the line and win a penalty TRY
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Scrum reset
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The Sharks make their way forward after the restart and win a scrum at the 5 of the Lions
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April adds the extras
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The referee awards Coetzee a red card for cynical play
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Vermeulen makes it over the line and scores the TRY
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They're held at the 5 but maintain possession
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The Sharks move the ball inside the 22 of the Lions now
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The referee blows for a penalty to the Sharks and April kicks into touch at the 22 of the Lions
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Line-out to the Sharks at their 10 now
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The conversion is good
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Booysen gets it outside the 22 and and sprints the distance to score the first TRY of the second half
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The Lions have it at the half way and they break forward
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The ball moving between the hands of both players as it travels from 22 to 22
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The second half is underway

Half Time

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April sends it wide. HALF TIME
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Scrum to the Lions at the 10 of the Sharks. The ball moved out the back. The Sharks win a penalty and take their throw. They move the ball forward after and put something on the board before the whislte. Mtembu scoring the TRY
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The Sharks looking for anything to go with as the half draws to a close but the Lions' defence proves impenetrable
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Scrum to the Lions outside their 22. They take it out the back and clear
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Penalty to the Sharks and April kicks into touch around the 5 of the hosts
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The Sharks have it after a line-out to the home team. They visitors struggle to make it into the Lions' half
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Scrum to the Lions
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The ball lost forward by the Sharks as the Lions hold the away team at a distance from their 22
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The ball tackled into touch and the Sharks have a throw in a potentially good area. They take their line-out and move towards the 22
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The referee awards the Lions a penalty after the scrum and the Lions have a scrum a few meters away from the initial scrum
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Scrum to the Sharks at the 22 of the hosts
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Van der Walt sends it wide
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The hosts make the most of the slip-up an Jansen van Vuuren sneaks over the line from the ruck inside the 5. TRY
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The visitors take the throw but lose possession at their 5. The Lions look to exploit the mistake
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The ball goes into touch inside the 22 of the Sharks
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The Sharks push the attackers back but they reset their aggression at the 22
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The Lions have it after the scrum and they push forward to the 5 of the Sharks, showing a firm grasp of this game in the opening half hour
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Scrum to the Sharks as the ball is lost forward in the contest by the hosts
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Scrum after the line-out. Lions in a decent position to go forward again now
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Line-out for the Sharks at their 10 after the scrum
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The restart kick goes into the dead ball zone and the Lions have a half way line scrum
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The conversion is sent wide
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They send it wide and Volmink gets it along the edge and jogs over the line and makes it 3 TRIES
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The home team at the 22. They push forward and look to be breaking through the Sharks back line
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The referee sounds his whistle for a penalty around the 22 of the Lions. The hosts kick into touch around the mid field
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The Sharks on the attack again now after the reset
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Van der Walt adds 2 more
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The ball kicked forward by the Lions looking for a runner and Nel is the man who scoops it up to score the second TRY
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They take their throw and make it inside the 10 of the Lions
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Line-out to the Sharks as the ball is cleared
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The Sharks looking to retaliate now as they contest the restart
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Van der Walt adds the extras
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The Lions finally manage to make it over the try line as the ball stumbles through the defensive line by chance and Janse Van Rensburg is there to put it down. TRY
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The ball is sent into touch as the visitors look to regain themselves
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The Lions look to go again but the Sharks maintain their defensive line
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The Sharks holding the home team off at the try line. They finally win the ball and clear into touch
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The ball is kicked into touch at the 5 of the Sharks
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The visitors come again after the restart but they give away a penalty at the 10 of the Lions
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He takes his kick and sends the ball wide
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April sets up for a kick at goal
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The Lions first on the attack after they bring it down from April's kickoff. They make it to the 10 of the Sharks before the referee awards the away team a penalty
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The referee sounds his whistle and we're off
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The players readying themselves to enter the field now
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The Lions have won four of the last five matches between the two sides
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The Durban side have won their last three games in a row now with the victory over the Blue Bulls on Wednesday being the pick of the bunch. The Golden Lions, on the other hand, have lost two of their three games so far and they will desperately be seeking a win this weekend
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Welcome to Johannesburg, where the Lions will take on the Sharks
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  • 1 Corne Fourie
  • 2 Robbie Coetzee
  • 3 Johannes Jonker
  • 4 Robert Kruger
  • 5 Marvin Orie
  • 6 Cyle Brink
  • 7 Fabian Booysen
  • 8 Ryan Kankowski
  • 9 Dillon Smit
  • 10 Jaco van der Walt
  • 11 Anthony Volmink
  • 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg
  • 13 Jacques Nel
  • 14 Madosh Tambwe
  • 15 Sylvian Mahuza
  • 16 Mike Willemse
  • 17 Sithembiso Sithole
  • 18 Bobby de Wee
  • 19 Hacjivah Dayimani
  • 20 Marco Jansen van Vuuren
  • 21 Siya Masuku
  • 22 Aphiwe Dyantyi
  • 1 Thomas Du Toit
  • 2 Franco Marais
  • 3 Ross Geldenhuys
  • 4 Tyler Paul
  • 5 Ruan Botha
  • 6 Keegan Daniel
  • 7 Jacques Vermeulen
  • 8 Lubabalo Mtembu
  • 9 Cameron Wright
  • 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg
  • 11 Sibusiso Nkosi
  • 12 Marius Louw
  • 13 Lukhanyo Am
  • 14 Odwa Ndungane
  • 15 Garth April
  • 16 Armand van der Merwe
  • 17 Mzamo Majola
  • 18 John-Hubert Meyer
  • 19 Jean Droste
  • 20 Wian Vosloo
  • 21 Louis Schreuder
  • 22 Inny-Christian Radebe
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PREVIEW: Currie Cup, Round Five

Fri, 11 Aug 2017 06:58

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Round Five of Currie Cup 2017 will be the culmination of a busy schedule for teams this week.

All three-weekend games will take place on Saturday, with the Free State Cheetahs and Griquas kicking things off in Bloemfontein.

The day's second match sees Western Province host arch-rivals the Blue Bulls before the Golden Lions take on the Sharks at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.

The Pumas have a bye this weekend.

We take a look at all the Round Five action!

Saturday, August 12:

Free State Cheetahs v Griquas
(Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein - Kick-off: 15.00; 13.00 GMT)

Griquas produced the upset of the midweek matches in the Currie Cup on Wednesday as they toppled Western Province for their first victory of the season while defending champions the Free State Cheetahs registered their third win in a row.
The men from the Northern Cape notched up a 44-34 victory over Western Province in Kimberley, while the Free State Cheetahs defeated the Pumas 45-34 in Nelspruit.

Griquas' effective goal-kicking proved to be the difference on the scoreboard in their clash against Western Province, as each side scored five tries. The hosts' five conversions and three penalty goals to the visitors’ three conversions and one penalty handed them the victory. 
A strong first-half showing by the Free State Cheetahs, meanwhile, paved the way to 45-34 victory against the Pumas at the Mbombela Stadium. The defending champions built up an encouraging 38-10 lead at the break thanks to an impressive attacking display in which they scored six tries - two of which were scored by replacement back Malcolm Jaer – while they limited the Pumas to a try on the stroke of halftime and an early penalty goal.
The match between the Cheetahs and Griquas is always one with a lot of intensity and passion and there will be a lot of motivation on both sides after their midweek victories.

The Cheetahs have made four changes to their team for the clash. 

The most notable change sees youngster Ryno Eksteen get a chance in the No.10 jersey in the place of the injured Niel Marais.

Wing Sergeal Petersen is also back in the matchday squad amongst the replacements.

Recent results:
2016: Free State Cheetahs won 63-26, Bloemfontein
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 44-24, Bloemfontein
2015: Free State Cheetahs won 31-9, Kimberley
2014: Free State Cheetahs won 36-25, Kimberley
2014: Free State Cheetahs won 34-27, Bloemfontein

Prediction: Griquas will be confident after their win against Western Province. However, the Free State Cheetahs are at home and they do have a number of game-breakers in their side. The Cheetahs will win by 15 points.


Free State Cheetahs: 15 Clayton Blommetjies, 14 Rosco Specman, 13 Jacobus Jonker, 12 Ryno Benjamin, 11 Makazole Mapimpi, 10 Ryno Eksteen, 9 Shaun Venter, 8 Jasper Wiese, 7 Henco Venter, 6 Niell Jordaan (captain), 5 Daniel Hugo, 4 Armand Koster, 3 Aranos Coetzee, 2 Jacques du Toit, 1 Charles Marais.
Replacements: 16 Retshegofaditswe Nche, 17 Joseph Dweba, 18 Rynier Bernardo, 19 Chris Dry, 20 Zee Mkhabela, 21 Sergeal Petersen, 22 Malcolm Jaer.

Griquas: 15 Eric Zana, 14 Ederies Arendse, 13 Tertius Kruger, 12 Johnathan Francke, 11 Adriaan Coertzen (captain), 10 Andre Swarts, 9 Christiaan Meyer, 8 Kevin Kaba, 7 Shaun McDonald, 6 Wendal Wehr, 5 FP Pelser, 4 Wandile Putuma, 3 Ewald van der Westhuizen, 2 Wilmar Arnoldi, 1 Devon Martinus.
Replacements: 16 AJ Le Roux, 17 Stephan Kotze, 18 Sintu Manjezi, 19 DeWet Kruger, 20 Renier Botha, 21 George Whitehead, 22 Christopher Bosch.

Referee: Quinton Immelman.  
Assistant referees: AJ Jacobs, Anevuyo Fakade
TMO: Marius Jonker 

Western Province v Blue Bulls
(Newlands, Cape Town - Kick-off: 17.15; 15.15 GMT)

Both Western Province and the Blue Bulls are coming off losses in midweek and both will be keen to get their Currie Cup campaigns back on track.

Province suffered their second loss of the season after they went down 34-44 to Griquas in Kimberley on Wednesday.

The Blue Bulls suffered their first loss of the season when the travelling Sharks put in a powerful performance to win 28-20 at Loftus Versfeld.

The Blue Bulls have won three of the last five matches between the two sides, which included a 36-30 win over Province in last year's semifinals.

"With John Mitchell’s arrival, there has been a big metamorphosis at the Blue Bulls," said Western Province head coach Johan Dobson.

"Compared to the Super Rugby team, they are very different - they general movement are much better, their tempo and breakdown work are better. It is very similar to what happened at the Golden Lions seven year ago.
"Now, the Blue Bulls force you to tackle more - a very different Blue Bulls way of play. They are going pose a threat similar to the Golden Lions.

"Thus, going up against them [Blue Bulls] we should improve on our defence, physicality and general kicking game."

Blue Bulls head coach Nollis Marais has also pinpointed defence as one of the areas his team will need to work on.

"Defence, exits, we lost the ball at kick-off, we lost the ball forward and they [Sharks] scored tries from that. 

"I think we lost the game in the first 30 minutes - we didn't properly exit, we slipped tackles, we gave them momentum and we had to play catch-up the whole game. 

"We didn't stick to the processes and what we planned and we need to get the guys back on track."

Recent results:
2016: Blue Bulls won 36-30, Pretoria (semifinal)
2016: Blue Bulls won 45-26, Pretoria
2015: Western Province won 23-18, Pretoria (semifinal)
2015: Western Province won 29-14, Cape Town
2015: Blue Bulls won 47-29, Pretoria

Prediction: Even though they lost against the Sharks, the Blue Bulls are still playing better rugby than Western Province at the moment. The Bulls will win by eight points or less.


Western Province: 15 Sarel Marais, 14 Seabelo Senatla, 13 EW Viljoen, 12 Huw Jones, 11 Bjorn Basson, 10 Damian Willemse, 9 Jano Vermaak, 8 Nizaam Carr, 7 Kobus van Dyk, 6 Jaco Coetzee, 5 John Schickerling, 4 Chris van Zyl (captain), 3 Wilco Louw, 2 Siyabonga Ntubeni, 1 Jacobus Janse van Rensburg.
Replacements: 16 Ramone Samuels, 17 Michael Kumbirai, 18 Eddie Zandberg, 19 Stephan de Wit, 20 Justin Phillips, 21 Kurt Coleman, 22 Dan Kriel.

Blue Bulls: 15 Manie Libbok, 14 Kefentse Mahlo, 13 Dries Swanepoel, 12 Burger Odendaal, 11 Jamba Ulengo, 10 Tony Jantjies, 9 Piet van Zyl, 8 Nic de Jager, 7 Jannes Kirsten, 6 Johannes Prinsloo (captain), 5 Ruben van Heerden, 4 Irne Herbst, 3 John-Roy Jenkinson, 2 Jan-Henning Campher, 1 Pierre Schoeman. 
Replacements: 16 Johan Grobbelaar, 17 Matthys Basson, 18 Abongile Nonkontwana, 19 Shaun Adendorff, 20 Andre Warner, 21 JT Jackson, 22 Duncan Matthews.

Referee: Stuart Berry
Assistant referees: TBC

Golden Lions v Sharks
(Ellis Park, Johannesburg - Kick-off: 19.30; 17.30 GMT)

The Sharks have built some good momentum since their opening round loss to the Free State Cheetahs.

The Durban side have won their last three games in a row now with the victory over the Blue Bulls on Wednesday being the pick of the bunch.

The Golden Lions, on the other hand, have lost two of their three games so far and they will desperately be seeking a win this weekend.

The Lions will be fresh for the encounter after they enjoyed a bye during the midweek games. They will also be a lot stronger having welcomed back a few Super Rugby players into their ranks.

The Lions have won four of the last five matches between the two sides.

Lions new head coach Swys de Bruin knows that another tough challenge awaits his side.

"They [Sharks] quite comfortably beat the Bulls at Loftus, so they a side that is sort of settled," said De Bruin.

"They are playing with a lot of their Super Rugby players, so it's definitely a tough challenge for us on Saturday."

The match comes a few weeks after the Lions beat the Sharks in a Super Rugby quarterfinal, but head coach Robert du Preez does not want to get involved in revenge talk.

"No, it's not a big grudge match for us, we just want to build on the momentum that we've created, it's a new game and history means nothing," said Du Preez.

"It's tough playing there [Johannesburg] but we're up for it and looking forward to the challenge."

Du Preez added: "We must improve our exit plays, those weren’t good enough and that put us under pressure. And we missed too many tackles, so that's also a big focus of ours ahead of the match."

Recent results:
2016: Golden Lions won 28-16, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 26-18, Johannesburg
2015: Golden Lions won 31-16, Durban
2014: Golden Lions won 50-20, Johannesburg (semifinal)
2014: Sharks won 26-23, Durban

Prediction:  This should be another entertaining game between the two sides. The Sharks are enjoying a good run of wins over the last few weeks. However, the Golden Lions have brought in a few experienced players and we think they will edge it by seven points or less.  


Golden Lions: 15 Sylvian Mahuza, 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Jacques Nel, 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Anthony Volmink, 10 Jaco van der Walt, 9 Dillon Smit, 8 Ryan Kankowski (captain), 7 Fabian Booysen, 6 Cyle Brink, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Robert Kruger, 3 Johannes Jonker, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Corne Fourie.
Replacements: 16 Michael Willemse, 17 Sithembiso Sithole, 18 Bobby de Wee, 19 Hacjivah Dayimani, 20 Marco Janse van Vuuren, 21 Siya Masuku, 22 Aphiwe Dyantyi.

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Lukhanyo Am, 12 Marius Louw, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg, 9 Cameron Wright, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Franco Marais, 1 Thomas du Toit.                    
Replacements - from: Armand van der Merwe, Inny-Christian Radebe, Juan Schoeman, John-Hubert Meyer, Jean Droste, Michael Claassens, Mzamo Majola, Wian Vosloo.

Referee: Rasta Rasivhenge
Assistant referees: Jaco Pretorius, Eduan Nel
TMO: Willie Vos

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Sharks demolish 14-man Lions

Sat, 12 Aug 2017 18:00

CURRIE CUP MATCH REPORT: The Sharks came back from being 5-31 down, to score a 47-31 victory over the Golden Lions at Ellis Park on Saturday.

Aided by a red card to Lions hooker Robbie Coetzee, the Sharks scored six tries and 42 unanswered points as they run rampant in the second half.

The victory completed one of the most amazing weeks of the year for the Durban-based outfit - the Sharks beating Griquas (41-3), the Blue Bulls (28-20) and the Lions in the space of eight days, the latter two matches in Pretoria and Johannesburg.

It saw the Sharks overtake Western Province at the top of the Currie Cup standings.

The Lions dominated the first half and looked in complete control, as their pack dominated the set pieces.

However, after the red card to Coetzee and a string of injuries, the Lions not only lost their composure, they were reduced to uncontested scrums.

The Sharks, in stark contrast, came out in the second half a determined and focused team - taking control of the set pieces and running the home team ragged.

When Jacques Vermeulen crossed over for his first in the 51st minute, the Lions were still well in command at 31-12, but Coetzee kicked out a foot which found Vermeulen’s head and referee Egon Seconds had little choice but so send the hooker for an early shower.

It could have been so different for the Lions, who were fluid in attack and resolute in defence in the opening stages of this encounter.

The flexed their muscles and blitzed their guests with a trio of tries in seven minutes - the pick of the bunch coming from wing Anthony Volmink, who crossed over for an easy finish after he was put into space on the back of a mesmerising run from fullback Sylvian Mahuza.

Another score from replacement scrumhalf Marco Janse van Vuuren seemed to put the game to bed early - with Lubabalo Mtembu's try right on half-time looking little more than a consolation for the Sharks, as they went into the shed 5-24 in arrears.

Both sides traded tries after the restart.

First Lions flank Fabian Booysen completed a well-worked move off the back of yet another stolen ball (31-5), before Jacques Vermeulen did well to score from a Sharks line-out.

Then Coetzee saw red and the Lions folded as wave after wave of Shark attacks left them scrambling in defence and without a clue how to stop them.

The Sharks big men took full advantage of their numerical supremacy and secured a deserved penalty try for repeated scrum infringements on the line, before Louis Schreuder cut inside from midfield after receiving a flat pass from the base of a solid platform.

With just over a quarter of an hour to go, the score read 31-26 in favour of the home team but momentum was well and truly with the men in black.

As the home crowd watched on in disbelief, scoreboard parity was restored when the burly John-Hubert Meyer crashed over after more forward dominance.

When Garth April nudged his side into the lead for the first time in the match, glum faces began to ripple throughout the ground.

Galvanised by the severity of their situation, the Lions rallied and once again threatened on attack with some barnstorming runs from Janse van Rensburg and Bobby de Wee.

However, the Sharks would put the game to bed when Vermeulen added his second against the run of play with only five minutes to go.

Keegan Daniel completed the rout with his side's seventh of the game with just minutes to play.

The new Lions coaching team will be licking their wounds this week and will surely be giving some stern words to their hooker who cost them dearly here tonight.

They find themselves in sixth position on the log with just one win in four matches and will need to find their groove before heading to Cape Town next week.

The Sharks sit pretty at the top and will enjoy a break next weekend.

Man of the match: You can look at the Workrate of Hacjivah Dayimani, centre Rohan Janse van Rensburg tried hard and flyhalf Jaco van der Walt had his moments. Sharks lock and captain Ruan Botha lead from the front, while Keegan Daniel enjoyed the game when it opened up in the second half. However, the star of the show was Sharks flank Jacques Vermeulen - who not only scored two tries, but showed the physical presence that rattled the Lions pack.

The scorers:

For the Golden Lions:
 Janse van Rensburg, Nel, Volmink, Janse van Vuuren, Booysen
Cons: Van der Walt 2

For the Sharks:
 Mtembu, Vermeulen 2, Penalty try, Schreuder, Meyer, Daniel
Cons: April 5, penalty try does not require a conversion

Red card: Robbie Coetzee (Golden Lions, 51 - foul play, kicking an opponent)


Golden Lions: 15 Sylvian Mahuza, 14 Madosh Tambwe, 13 Jacques Nel, 12 Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11 Anthony Volmink, 10 Jaco van der Walt, 9 Dillon Smit, 8 Ryan Kankowski (captain), 7 Fabian Booysen, 6 Cyle Brink, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Robert Kruger, 3 Johannes Jonker, 2 Robbie Coetzee, 1 Corne Fourie.
Replacements: 16 Michael Willemse, 17 Sithembiso Sithole, 18 Bobby de Wee, 19 Hacjivah Dayimani, 20 Marco Janse van Vuuren, 21 Siya Masuku, 22 Aphiwe Dyantyi.

Sharks: 15 Garth April, 14 Odwa Ndungane, 13 Lukhanyo Am, 12 Marius Louw, 11 Sibusiso Nkosi, 10 Benhard Janse van Rensburg, 9 Cameron Wright, 8 Lubabalo Mtembu, 7 Jacques Vermeulen, 6 Keegan Daniel, 5 Ruan Botha (captain), 4 Tyler Paul, 3 Ross Geldenhuys, 2 Franco Marais, 1 Thomas du Toit.                    
Replacements: 16 Armand van der Merwe, 17 Mzamo Majola, 18 John-Hubert Meyer, 19 Jean Droste, 20 Wian Vosloo, 21 Louis Schreuder, 22 Inny-Christian Radebe.

Referee: Egon Seconds
Assistant referees: Jaco Pretorius, Eduan Nel
TMO: Willie Vos

Rohan Janse van Rensburg (9min), Jacques Nel (14min), Anthony Volmink (19min), Marco Jansen van Vuuren (29min), and Fabian Booysen (44min)
Lubabalo Mtembu (40min), Jacques Vermeulen (50min), Louis Schreuder (59min), John-Hubert Meyer (66min), Jacques Vermeulen (73min), and Keegan Daniel (78min)
Jaco van der Walt (10min), Jaco van der Walt (15min), and Jaco van der Walt (45min)
Garth April (51min), Garth April (60min), Garth April (67min), Garth April (74min), and Garth April (79min)
Robbie Coetzee (50min)
VENUE Johannesburg
REFEREE Egon Seconds