After Cardiff blues Sharks coach looks forward to hosting Scarlets at Kings Park

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Ruben van Heerden of the Sharks is tackled by Will Boyde and Willis Halaholo of Cardiff Blues during their uninspiring United Rugby Championship match at Cardiff Arms Park in Wales, on Saturday.
Ruben van Heerden of the Sharks is tackled by Will Boyde and Willis Halaholo of Cardiff Blues during their uninspiring United Rugby Championship match at Cardiff Arms Park in Wales, on Saturday.
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For what it’s worth, Sean Everitt has not run away from acknowledging that his Sharks unit let themselves down badly against the unspectacular Cardiff Blues on Saturday.

The coach confirmed afterwards what the fans probably had in mind — his team gave away points too easily and did not take their chances as well as they should have in the 23-17 loss in United Rugby Championship encounter in the Welsh capital.

What could have been the Durbanites’ second win of their four-match tour of Europe ended up being a third defeat in a very untidy match against less-than-thrilling opponents instead.

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