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Toothless Sharks hammered by the Bulls in newest Currie Cup ultimate

The Bulls claimed their second consecutive Currie Cup trophy with a powerful 44-10 win over the Sharks on Saturday. Jake White’s workforce delivered a masterclass in Pretoria, setting a factors distinction file within the competitors that’s greater than a century previous.

The defending champions scored six tries and even probably the most hardened Sharks fan should admit that they witnessed a masterclass by the Pretoria outfit. They led 19-3 on the break with three elegant tries within the bag and a fair higher second half adopted for the hosts.

Sharks misplaced influential midfielder Marius Louw within the warm-up because of ill-health and the primary involvement of his substitute Jeremy Ward wasn’t nice. With the Bulls attacking from a third-minute lineout, Ward misinterpret the dummy runners and his direct opponent, Harold Vorster, was left with a spot as huge as a home to race away and rating. 

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Sleight of hand by Vorster then created the subsequent attempt from one other lineout stemming from a penalty conceded by the Sharks. Vorster’s cross discovered Lionel Mapoe and he minimize via the Ward/Werner Kok midfield.

The Sharks finally hit again with a Thirtieth-minute penalty from Curwin Bosch, however a faucet and cost noticed Marcell Coetzee crash over subsequent to the uprights to make sure the Bulls had a 16-point interval lead.

This was quickly prolonged within the second half, Chris Smith’s penalty adopted by lock Janko Swanepoel’s attempt which stretched the margin to 29-3 with 50 minutes performed. Scrum-half Zak Burger then added attempt No5 with Coetzee claiming the sixth quickly after.

Whereas the Sharks had a attempt from Thomas du Toit, Cornal Hendricks wrapped up the hammering to depart the Bulls heading to Ireland to face Leinster on September 25 for the beginning of the United Rugby Championship because the back-to-back Currie Cup champions.    

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