Young Sharks bounce back

2011-07-11 00:00

THE Sharks XV bounced back from trailing 14-15 at half time to beat SWD 35-22 in their compulsory friendly in George’s typical wet and slippery conditions on Saturday.

The Sharks’ development side all had an eye for Currie Cup openings created with 14 senior Sharks on the Bok squad. Try-scorers were loosehead prop Dale Chadwick (2), fullback Gouws Prinsloo (2) and flank Francois Kleinhans.

Griquas beat Border 51-10, the Free State Cheetahs edged Eastern Province 26-20 and the Blue Bulls dispatched the Griffons 50-19. — Sports Reporter.

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