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‘Teamwork and right mindset’ key for Sharks in Pretoria

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Young Sharks scrumhalf Sanele Nohamba, whose team visit the Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday.
Young Sharks scrumhalf Sanele Nohamba, whose team visit the Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday.
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Flourishing Sharks scrumhalf Sanele Nohamba has stressed the need for a massive team effort against the hurting Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday, and this will be aided by the return from injury of a number of solid players in black-and-white jerseys.

Following a bye last weekend, Nohamba and his Durban-based rugby battalion are preparing for their first away match of the new Vodacom Super Rugby Unlocked competition with an eye on their second consecutive win, after they suppressed a Lions fightback at King’s Park two weeks ago.

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