Tough ties ahead for upbeat Sharks

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Michael Kumbirai and others on the Sharks bench understand that they must be ready to put their bodies on the line as the Durban franchise contemplate three demanding matches on the road in the race for semi-final places in the Carling Lager Currie Cup.
Michael Kumbirai and others on the Sharks bench understand that they must be ready to put their bodies on the line as the Durban franchise contemplate three demanding matches on the road in the race for semi-final places in the Carling Lager Currie Cup.

Progressive prop Michael Kumbirai and others on the Sharks bench understand that they must be ready to put their bodies on the line as the Durban franchise contemplate three demanding matches on the road in the race for semi-final places in the Carling Currie Cup.

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Having boosted their title hopes by winning at home last weekend against the log-leading Bulls, during which Pretoria-born Kumbirai had to replace Thomas du Toit up front due to injury, the Sharks have to visit the Lions on Saturday, the Cheetahs on December 27 and Western Province on January 9.

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