Sharks mixing and matching teams for Currie Cup, URC

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Marius Louw, pictured in the centre against Munster in the URC in September, will captain the Sharks against Griquas in the Currie Cup in Durban on Wednesday
Marius Louw, pictured in the centre against Munster in the URC in September, will captain the Sharks against Griquas in the Currie Cup in Durban on Wednesday

The Sharks’ mixing and matching of players for fixtures in two different competitions in this busy week began on Monday with the naming of their Currie Cup team.

The men in black and white will have a strong combination of experience and youth for Wednesday’s Currie Cup clash with Griquas at Kings Park, and then a more powerful unit will be named on Thursday for the trip to the Lions in the United Rugby Championship (URC) on Saturday.

As many as six players are set to make their Sharks debuts from the start or off the bench tomorrow — OJ Noa, Eduan Keyter, Jason Alexander, Dian Bleuler, Corne Rahl and Josh Moon.

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