The clash between MRU Premier League log leaders, Sasol, and second placed Nelspruit Rugby ClubÂ on SaturdayÂ promises to be a thriller. After Sasol thrashed Nelspruit 63-6 a month ago, it is not revenge that is on Nelspruitâ€™s mind. The home team must win, score four tries and deny Sasol any bonus points, to move up to first place on the log. A victory would benefit Nelspruit in the knockout stages, setting up a probable home semi-final and final.
The next chapter in the most-fierce club-rugby rivalry in the Lowveld will be written tomorrow. Nelspruit Rugby Club will host White River Rugby Club in the MRU Super League. The players of the two strongest clubs in the Lowveld are, mostly, friends off the field. However once they run down the stairs from the change rooms and cross that white touch line tomorrow, the status quo changes. Victory is the only prize. The losing team will have a bitter pill to swallow.
Barberton-born Sâ€™busiso Nkosi (21) will make his Super Rugby debut for the Cell C Sharks at Growthpoint Kings Park tomorrow. The former HoĂŤrskool Barberton (BHS) pupil will start on the left wing in the match against the Western Force (kick-off at 15:05). Nkosi was born in Barberton in 1996. He attended BHS from grade eight to ten, but completed his schooling at Jeppe in Johannesburg. In 2012 he represented the u/16 Pumas at the Grant Khomo Week.
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