Bulls smash Sharks on Saturday

2018-04-25 06:02

THE Vodacom Blue Bulls have earned their spot in second place in the South African Conference after their 40-10 win against the Cell C Sharks at the Jonsson Kings Park Stadium on Saturday.

With their recent win, the Bulls have now won six matches consecutively against the Sharks.

Cell C Sharks Head Coach Robert du Preez said: “It put us on our back foot and we could have never recovered from that”. He continued to say that he thinks the boys played a perfect game and there was a mix of running rugby and kicking the ball into space and that they just could not handle the ball. Du Preez also added that it was an embarrassing moment for the Sharks and it was caused by a lack of effort.

Vodacom Blue Bulls Head Coach John Mitchell said: “I was particularly pleased with how the drivers of the game actually managed the conditions very well”.

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Rovers rugby player Jesriel Kraftt said: “I don’t have any positive comments with Saturday’s game. The bulls completely outplayed the Sharks. Next time we have to tackle more two, get into the right positions and finally play with passion.”

The Sharks have an upcoming game on Saturday against the DHL Stormers at the Kings Park stadium.

— Fever Reporter.

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