Sharks U21 Keen for Three in a Row

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Thu, 11/09/2014 - 11:26

The Cell C Sharks junior teams will both be high on confidence ahead of their respective matches against the Free State Under 19 and Under 21 sides in Bloemfontein this Saturday, coming off some good form.

15 tries in two weeks suggest that there is a lot of excitement on attack

Consecutive, big scoring away wins for the Under 21s, have set their confidence levels high. Scoring 114 points in two matches (defeating the Leopards 55-41 and last week Border 59-10), demonstrates that their attack is finding great form. 15 tries in two weeks suggest that there is a lot of excitement on attack, and more importantly, the opportunities being created are being closed out.

Free State Under 21s are in fourth place on the log, having played an extra match over the Durban side. But a third win in succession for the Cell C Sharks Under 21s will do their semi-final hopes a big boost with a game in hand to make a further push for a top four finish.

The Cell C Sharks Under 21s

15. Alcino Izaacs
14. Tyler Fisher
13. Nukululeko Marwana
12. Neil Maritz
11. Sipho Mkize
10. Brendon Cope
9. Stefan Ungerer (Captain)
8. Louis Hazelhurst
7. Sias Koen
6. Jean Pretoruis
5. David Fisher
4. Buzwe Mpotulo
3. Bartholemew le Roux
2. Roan Dalzell
1. Barend Potgieter

Replacements

16. Cullen Collopy
17. Brandon Landsberg
18. Liam O'Connell
19. Johan Wagenaar
20. Hanco Venter
21. Sandile Kubeka
22. Alrin Eksteen

Article via Sharks Rugby

​​Photo via Zimbio

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