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John-Hubert Meyer starts in place of injured Sharks prop Thomas du Toit in Saturday’s Super Rugby Unlocked clash with the Pumas.
John-Hubert Meyer starts in place of injured Sharks prop Thomas du Toit in Saturday’s Super Rugby Unlocked clash with the Pumas.
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The modest stature of the opposition may give some the impression that the Sharks are going to comfortably bounce back to winning ways on Saturday, but Sean Everitt knows not to underestimate the Pumas, especially on their own patch in Mpumalanga.

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The coach’s experience tells him that his men must expect the Jimmy Stonehouse-guided home side to give them a rough time in seeking the thrill to upset a larger union and remain in the rugby shop window for bigger contracts away from their relatively low-key set-up.

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