1. Sharks to finally back Curwin Bosch at flyhalf?  Sport24
  2. Return of big men could galvanise Sharks  SuperSport
  3. Slumping Sharks bank on returning experience  Citizen
  4. Embattled Sharks coach pleads for patience  IOL
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Sharks coach Robert du Preez has hinted that there could be a change at flyhalf for Saturday's clash against the Waratahs.Sharks coach Robert du Preez has hinted that there could be a change at flyhalf for Saturday's clash against the Waratahs.

Sharks to finally back Curwin Bosch at flyhalf? | Sport24

The Citizen brings you breaking news, current affairs, celebrity and entertainment news, as well as sport news throughout the day. More news. Your way.Coach Robert du Preez expresses his delight at the availability of wise men such as Philip van der Walt, Tyler Paul and Ruan Botha.

Slumping Sharks bank on returning experience – The Citizen

The Sharks’ tour of Australasia may have come at the right time for more than just that it offers a chance for the players to get away from the off-the-field noise generated by two successive home defeats.The Sharks’ tour of Australasia may have come at the right time for more than just that it offers a chance for the players to get away from the off-the-field noise generated by two successive home defeats.

Return of big men could galvanise Sharks | SuperSport

The Sharks coach has blamed overeagerness on his team's many handling errorsThe Sharks coach has blamed overeagerness on his team's many handling errors

Missing injured skipper Dane Haylett-Petty and three rested Wallabies, including in-form halfback Will Genia, the Rebels produced a roller-coaster performance.Missing injured skipper Dane Haylett-Petty and three rested Wallabies, including in-form halfback Will Genia, the Rebels produced a roller-coaster performance.