JUST IN | Kick-off time change for Sharks vs Bulls clash

The kick-off time for the Sharks and Bulls clash has been changed due to bad weather.PHOTO: gallo images
The kick-off time for the Sharks and Bulls clash has been changed due to bad weather.PHOTO: gallo images

The Sharks have confirmed that the kick-off time of their Carling Currie Cup clash against the Bulls on Saturday has been brought forward because of inclement weather.

The top-of-the-table Currie Cup clash was initially scheduled to kick-off at 7 pm at Kings Park but now the game will start at 2 pm at the same venue on Saturday.

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In a statement, the Sharks said they were advised to act as thunderstorms were expected in Durban later on Saturday evening.

“Please be advised that due to inclement weather (thunderstorms) expected in Durban tomorrow afternoon, the kick-off time for the Cell C Sharks v. Vodacom Bulls has changed to 2 pm.”

The Bulls will come to Durban seeking a victory that will see them securing a home semi-final in the Currie Cup while the Sharks look to minimise the gap between them and men from Pretoria, who are at the summit.

The Sharks have 24 points after seven games while the Jake White-coached Bulls are on 32 but have played one more game compared to their hosts.

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