Sharks prepare for European club visits with focus on individual skills

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Sharks coach Sean Everitt expects his players not to take Scarlets and Zebre lightly.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt expects his players not to take Scarlets and Zebre lightly.

Sharks coach Sean Everitt wants his players to take the learnings from their tough United Rugby Championship (URC) overseas tour and use them wisely against the Europeans in Durban.

The Durban-based franchise will resume their URC campaign against Scarlets of Wales on Saturday, November 27 at Kings Park, after a six-week break.

Everitt and his men had a tough start to the competition against their northern hemisphere opponents, recording three defeats and a single victory on their month-long tour in Europe.

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