Sharks training squad for Saracens



The Sharks Director of Rugby, Jake White have named a strong touring squad to take part in the clash at Allianz Park against the English champions Saracens. The game will be played on the Saturday the 25th January 2014 in London.

White sees this match as one of the most important matches in the Sharks preparations for this years Super Rugby competition. He feels that this should give him and his team a good indications were they will be in there preparation.

The following players will form part of the touring squad to London:

Forwards Backs
Adriaanse Lourens Esterhuizen Andre
Alberts Willem Fisher Tyler
Chadwick Dale Jordaan Paul
Coetzee Marcell McLeod Charl
Cooper Kyle Mvovo Lwazi
Daniel Keegan Ndungane Odwa
Deysel Jean Reinach Cobus
du Plessis Bismarck Steyn Francois
du Plessis Jannie Swiel Timothy
du Toit Pieter-Steph van Tonder Jaco
Lewies Stephan Williams Heimar
Mtawarira Tendai Zeilinga Fred
Mtembu Tera
Oosthuizen Etienne

Jake White, The Sharks Director of Rugby said: “This match will provide us with the ideal opportunity to view the depth in our squad as we look to conclude our preparations ahead of the start of the Vodacom Super Rugby tournament.

“It is great to have our Springboks back and available for selection. We are expecting a highly competitive match against Saracens and are looking forward to the encounter.”

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  1. Inexperienced backline… reckon Saracens are going to take this…

    Tyler Fischer about to show what he’s capable about…

  2. In Another News:

    Bismarck du Plessis will captain the Sharks in 2014, the Durban franchise announced on Thursday.

    The Springbok hooker takes over the armband from Keegan Daniel and will get his first chance to lead the team in a pre-season friendly against English club Saracens at Allianz Park in London next Saturday.

    “He’s a freak and one of the best players in the world,” Sharks director of rugby Jake White said.

    “He’s a leader by example and I have no doubt he will be a success.”

    The Sharks have also named three vice-captains in Odwa Ndungane, Jean Deysel and Patrick Lambie.