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Macleod-Henderson to coach Sharks in Currie Cup


Brad Macleod-Henderson will coach the Sharks in the 2014 Currie Cup

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Article Published: Wednesday 30 April 2014


The Sharks have announced that Brad Macleod-Henderson will coach the Sharks in the 2014 Currie Cup tournament and he will be assisted by Sean Everitt and Paul Anthony.

Sharks Director of Rugby Jake White said that he wants to take a step back from coaching the senior side and allow for progression and evolution amongst a young vibrant coaching staff at The Sharks.

During this period Jake will mentor the future of the Sharks by spending most of his time with both the U/19 and U/21 teams throughout the Currie Cup.

In making the announcement the Sharks took the opportunity to announce an exciting coaching line-up for both their junior teams with Deon Kayser as Head Coach of the U/21ís to be assisted by Albert van den Berg.

Both of these former Springboks now currently coach the Sharks XV side.

The Sharks U/19 team will be headed by James Fleming and he will be assisted by both Butch James and Ryan Strudwick.

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