Everitt lauds men for sticking to plan and breaking URC duck

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Boeta Chamberlain of the Sharks celebrates scoring a drop goal during the United Rugby Championship match against Ospreys in Swansea, Wales, on Friday.
Boeta Chamberlain of the Sharks celebrates scoring a drop goal during the United Rugby Championship match against Ospreys in Swansea, Wales, on Friday.

The Sharks are heading to Cardiff with Sean Everitt believing his men are on course for stability in the United Rugby Championship (URC).

The coach rang the changes after two defeats in the demanding competition and the new combination brought the Durban franchise their first victory in the form of a 27-13 win over Ospreys in Swansea in Round 3 on Friday.

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