Sharks ready to stun Bulls at Loftus

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Sharks coach Sean Everitt is confident they can beat the Bulls in the Currie Cup final on Saturday.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt is confident they can beat the Bulls in the Currie Cup final on Saturday.
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Sharks coach Sean Everitt is confident his men can turn the Bulls over and bring the Currie Cup trophy to Durban on Saturday.

The two sides will meet in the Currie Cup climax at Loftus Stadium in Pretoria at 5 pm. This will be a repeat of last season’s final where the Bulls defeated Everitt’s men to lift the trophy at the same venue in January. The Bulls won that match 26-19 after extra time as the two teams were locked at 19-all at the end of 80 minutes.

The Sharks booked their spot in the final by beating the tough Griquas 28-24 in Durban on Saturday. The Bulls drubbed Western Province by 48-31 in the other semi-final on Friday.

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