DURBAN – In last week’s Currie Cup opener against Griquas, the Sharks had hoped to hit the ground running in the shortened competition of this World Cup year.
Instead, they hit the ground with a resounding splat.
And it was back to the drawing board yesterday, but backline coach David Williams says they have not wiped the board clean.
“When you have a setback like that, you revisit what you are about and what you stand for as a team,” Williams said after training.
“We came second in every single area of the game, and that always means you are going to come second on the scoreboard.”