More at stake in Sharks, Province Currie clash

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Sharks coach Sean Everitt (left) and captain Lukhanyo Am look to make history in Cape Town on Saturday.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt (left) and captain Lukhanyo Am look to make history in Cape Town on Saturday.

When Sharks take to the Newlands Stadium for their important Currie Cup meeting against Western Province on Saturday, the Durban-based franchise will be aiming to be scribed in the history book as the last team to win at the iconic venue.

Province host Sharks on Saturday in battle for the Currie Cup final spot at the Cape Town venue at 4.30 pm.

The clash is most likely to be the last fixture to be played at the venue that has been hosting rugby games since the 1800s unless Province beat Sharks and the Currie Cup favourites Bulls go down to the Lions in the other semi-final.

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