Sharks

  • Ackermann moves to the Cape

    Springbok lock Johan Ackermann has accepted a job in Cape Town, but will not be available to play for the Stormers.

  • Sharks beast Lions

    Beast Mtawarira of the Sharks scored two tries in a Super 14 warm up against the Lions in Durban on Wednesday night.

  • Sharks aiming high

    After a somewhat disappointing 24-24 draw with Currie Cup champions Free State in Bloemfontein last Friday night, the Sharks are bringing in the heavy artillery...

  • Pienaar penalty saves Sharks

    Jacques-Louis Potgieter, flyhalf of the Vodacom Cheetahs, won the anticipated 'battle of the flyhalfs' against the French magican, Frederic Michalak, at Vodacom Park in Bloemfontein...

  • Muller to captain Sharks

    It's time for the old guard to make way. That much was clear when Sharks coach Dick Muir yesterday formally announced that World Cup winning...

  • Sharks begin in Style

    It is ready, get set and go for the Sharks ahead of the start of the Super 14 with their squad completed and organised for...

  • Sharks get moving

    Rugby will get into full gear from this week onwards ahead of the February start of the 2008 Super 14 series, now that the Christmas...

  • Sharks to host coaching clinic

    More than 300 rugby coaches are expected to attend the Discovery SharkSmart KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union (KZNRU) coaches conference in January next year.

  • Shark tank to become a Tennis Stadium

    Durban's ABSA stadium -- the home of the Super 14 Shark franchise --could become a tennis stadium or part of a "high performance centre", it...

  • Sharks Honour Centurions

    A chapter in Sharks rugby closed on Thursday evening as the Sharks bid their farewells to two pillars who have served the team, and their...

  • Terblanche to return for Sharks

    The Ospreys on Wednesday announced that Stefan Terblanche will return to Durban to play for the Sharks after Friday's Magners League match in Edinburgh.

  • Sharks confirm Butch’s Bath time

    The Natal Sharks Rugby Union have officially confirmed the release of their star fly-half Butch James, who will join English club Bath after this year's...

  • Van Zyl: ‘Campo knew in January already’

    Sharks chiefs have hit back at claims that they have "mistreated" legendary former Wallaby wing David Campese, by not informing him about his future with...

  • Campese quits Sharks

    Former Wallaby rugby star David Campese, who helped transform the Sharks into Super 14 finalists as a skills consultant, told the Durban based franchise that...

  • Is Jacobs Plumtree’s perfect 10

    John Plumtree, all out of options at fly-half for the upcoming Currie Cup competition, may well take the desperate step of starting with utility back...

  • Montgomery, Britz sign for Perpignan

    South African internationals Percy Montgomery and Gerrie Britz have signed for Perpignan, the club said on Wednesday.

  • Big Shark staying in the Tank

    While there is a desperate scramble on to stop the raid on South Africa's senior playing resources, the Sharks have managed to close the net...

  • ‘We deserved to win’ – Muir

    Disappointed Sharks coach Dick Muir said his side should have been the ones lifting the Super 14 trophy in front of their home fans on...

  • Smit putting final demons behind him

    Sharks captain John Smit is confident that the Durban franchise's past Super Rugby Final failures will not have any bearing on his side's performance against...

  • Muller pays Bulls duo some respect

    Sharks lock Johann Muller has paid tribute to his beefy second row opponents ahead of the much-anticipated all-South African Super 14 Final against the Bulls...

  • Pietersen wants a try-fest Final

    Sharks speedster JP Pietersen is looking to add to his already impressive try scoring tally in the Super 14 Final when his team play host...

  • Smit ready to make history

    Sharks skipper John Smit is relishing the thought of becoming the first South African to lift a Super Rugby trophy in the professional era when...

  • Sharks attack with unchanged side

    Sharks coach Dick Muir has named an unchanged side to take on the Bulls in the Super 14 Final in Durban on Saturday. Both JP...

  • Plumtree interested in Hurricanes role

    Sharks assistant coach John Plumtree has revealed that he is keen to return to New Zealand to take up a coaching role at the Hurricanes.

  • Consistency the key for Muir

    Sharks coach Dick Muir believes his side's advantage over the rampant Bulls will be the consistency they have kept up throughout the Super 14 tournament...

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