Sharks Mag March 2015

SHARKS LIFE
Straight from the Growthpoint KINGS PARK tunnel, all the latest from inside, and outside, The Tank

HEADS UP!
Two local derbies away from home, before hosting a couple of Australasian outfits in The Tank - these are the Cell C Sharks’ prospects this month...

TRAINING DAY
Drafted in for a brief stint to assist the Cell C Sharks in their quest for a more attacking approach, Kiwi Brad Mooar reckons “it might not always be about attacking more; just attacking better...”

BEAST MTAWARIRA
The latest member of the Cell C Sharks to have joined the coveted centurion club - and Beast couldn’t have hoped for a more profound occasion on which to earn his 100th Vodacom Super Rugby cap than last year’s stupendous win against the Crusaders in Christchurch...

THOMAS DU TOIT
We catch up with the latest Cell C Sharks idol, reflecting on a 2014 season that swiftly propelled him from new schoolboy signing to one of the hottest front-row prospects in world rugby - at only 19 years of age!

IAN McINTOSH
As the new season gets underway, our coaching guru starts wondering...

EDUARD COETZEE
The newly-appointed Commercial Manager of The Sharks puts into words the fantastic feeling of playing for The Sharks

DICK COCKS
Cocksie, who turns 70 this month, wonders what 2015 will bring...

RAY CARLSON
This year marks the 40th anniversary of one of Natal rugby’s most astounding triumphs, over a star-studded WP at KINGS PARK. In 1975, too, Glenwood Old Boys clinched the Moor Cup for the first time in five years. One of the chief protagonists in both feats was Ray Carlson SHARK REPORTS
The past month’s match action and stats for you in a nutshell

CLUB CRAWL
The club rugby scene at a glance

PLANET SHARKS
From London to Loftus, you guys spread The Sharks brand…

STEFAN TERBLANCHE
Our resident Sharks ledge examines the possible attitudes and approaches towards 2015, the year of the RWC...


Name: Tera Mtembu
Age: 24
Height: 1.87m
Weight: 105kg
Position: Loose Forward

2014 was a watershed year for this big, ball-playing loose-forward. Named Sharks Captain for the Currie Cup campaign, he delivered consistent, outstanding performances throughout the tournament and grew decidedly as a player of worth whose contribution as player and leader was matched by his work ethic and composure.

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