Sharks’ morale ‘high’ after win over Bulls

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Sharks skipper Lukhanyo Am believes it was important that his side beat the Bulls ahead of a tough schedule.
Sharks skipper Lukhanyo Am believes it was important that his side beat the Bulls ahead of a tough schedule.
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The Sharks’ recent Carling Currie Cup win against the Bulls didn’t just boost the side’s morale but also gave the Durban-based franchise new confidence that they can go all the way and bring the title home.

The Sharks, who defeated the Bulls by 32-29, will be looking to extend their Currie Cup winning run to three matches when they visit the Lions at Ellis Park in Johannesburg at 7 pm on Saturday.

Before their outing this past weekend, very few gave them a chance against the rampant Bulls, who had easily defeated them twice in the current domestic season, as the men from Pretoria looked to be unbeatable and clear favourites to clinch the title in January.

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