Sharks team is not too young, says Nomlomo

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Sharks skills coach Phiwe Nomlomo.
Sharks skills coach Phiwe Nomlomo.
Steve Haag

Sharks skills coach Phiwe Nomlomo insists that the issue of maturity has nothing to do with the struggles of the franchise in the United Rugby Championships (URC) thus far.

The youthful Sharks side, who are missing about 12 of their senior and regular starters through Springbok duty, and other South African teams have found the going tough in the northern hemisphere.

Nomlomo’s side began their URC campaign with defeat to Munster of Ireland and Scotland’s Glasgow Warriors, sides packed with players that possess more international experience.

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