‘Solid attack and being clinical’ key for Sharks against Ospreys

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New Sharks flyhalf Joaquin Diaz Bonilla has joined the Durbanites’ camp in the United Kingdom.
New Sharks flyhalf Joaquin Diaz Bonilla has joined the Durbanites’ camp in the United Kingdom.
Malcolm Couzens

The Sharks will be looking for forward dominance as they continue the search for a maiden win in the United Rugby Championship (URC) against Ospreys on Friday night.

The Welsh side welcome the South African franchise to Liberty Stadium in Swansea for a 8.35 pm kick-off.

The Sean Everitt-coached Sharks are two games into the URC and are yet to register first log point to their name, but Everitt has pointed out forward dominance and being clinical as key in their quest for success.

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