Struggling Sharks name squad for Australasian tour

Durban in the News: Struggling Sharks name squad for Australasian tour: The struggling Sharks have named a 27-man squad for their upcoming Super Rugby Australasian tour. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]


TOUR SQUAD TO AUSTRALASIA: Durban, 21st April 2019:  A 27-man Cell C Sharks touring squad will depart on a three-week Australasian tour today.   Head Coach, Robert du Preez has opted to take 16 forwards and 11 backs on tour.  The tour opener will be in Parramatta against the Waratahs, before the team heads over to New Zealand to take on the Crusaders and finally the Chiefs before returning home.   The Cell C Sharks have always enjoyed touring and after a disappointing stretch of results at home, the team will look to refocus and get … [Read more...]

KZN duo selected for National Academy squad – Featured Durban Blog

KZN duo selected for National Academy squad: Following the conclusion of the 2019 Franchise Academy Week in Oudtshoorn last week, Hollywoodbets Dolphins Academy cricketers Yves Kamanzi and Khwezi Gumede were selected for the SA Academy side following their strong bowling displays throughout the week. The Dolphins side headed into the week with high hopes and started well with a three wicket win over the VKB Knights Academy however they fell away slightly with losses to the Multiply Titans, the bizhub Highveld Lions and a nail-biting one wicket … [Read more...]

Tour Squad To Singapore – Featured Durban Blog

Tour Squad To Singapore: Cell C Sharks head coach Robert du Preez has named his touring squad that travels to Singapore today ahead of the team’s Vodacom Super Rugby round one clash with the Sunwolves. A 25-man squad has been selected for the opening week’s action with du Preez selecting a strong side with a handful of youngsters who have really put up their hands in the two pre-season matches (against the Emirates Lions and Vodacom Bulls) to date. Eighthman Phepsi Buthelezi has impressed and continues where he left off – leading the Cell C … [Read more...]