Sharks eager to take on Cheetahs

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Sharks coach Sean Everitt is hoping for less disruptions going forward.
Sharks coach Sean Everitt is hoping for less disruptions going forward.
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Having suffered a few disruptions that are hampering their preparation for the United Rugby Championships (URC) and Currie Cup mission, the Sharks hope things will get better now as they look to make a step up.

The Sharks, who are facing the Cheetahs in the Currie Cup on Saturday in Bloemfontein at 2.30 pm, have had three of their matches in the competition cancelled this season for different reasons.

While one was cancelled in order for Sharks to face the British and Irish Lions after the Bulls couldn’t field a team against the tourists, two of the Durbanites’ fixtures were called off because of the recent unrest in KwaZulu-Natal.

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