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Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Sharks beat Crusaders in the dying seconds

Sharks beat Crusaders in the dying seconds

On Saturday the Sharks took on the Crusaders at Kingspark in a Super 14 encounter that went down to the wire and will be remembered by Sharks fans for all time as we saw an incredible finish.

Down by 6 points and with time up on the clock, the Sharks got the ball deep in their own half. To win the game they'd need to score a try against the champion Crusaders, and convert it for the win.

They managed to break out from the 22 and through a string of passes, got the ball to Odwa Ndungane who flew in for the try that set up the pressure kick for Ruan Pienaar.

The rest, as they say, is history.


Time: 06:16

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