Sharks’ last chance for Rainbow Cup final

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Sharks coach Sean Everitt.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt.
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Sharks coach Sean Everitt expects his Springbok players to perform well against the Bulls as the injury-hit Durban franchise make their last push for the Rainbow Cup final and to end the Bulls’ dominance over them.

Park Stadium on Saturday at 6.15 pm wearing the favourites’ tag to proceed to the competition’s North-versus-South final against Benetton in Italy next weekend.

A single point would be enough for the Jake White-coached Bulls to book their ticket to Treviso while Everitt’s men need a bonus-point victory, and must ensure the visitors don’t get anything out of the clash.

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