The Sharks got fifty points over the EP Kings in Durban on Saturday scoring nine tries in a very wet Durban.
It was the perfect response from the men in black and white after losing their last twp matches against Western Province and the Free State in the last two weeks. Scoring 53-0 shows the quality that is in this Sharks team and they have send out a message to the other teams.
This win have now the Sharks and the Blue Bulls in second place on the log with the Sharks having a superior points difference. It is going to be a hell of a fight in the last two weeks to see firstly who makes the semi’s and second;y who gets the home ground advantage.
More exciting than the Sharks back to winning ways was to see Springbok Patrick Lambie back on the rugby field. Lambie came through well in the game and although rusty showed some of his abilities in this wet game.
The Sharks control the whole game and where dominating all aspects of the match throughout the eighty minutes.
For the EP Kings is was just another poor performance although they tried throughout the game but to be honest they are not good enough for this league
Tries: Esterhuizen, Ralepelle, Du Preez, Radebe, Claassens, Kleinhans, Oosthuizen, Mjekevu, Majola
Cons: Bosch 2, Lambie 2
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