PRETORIA – The Blue Bulls will be looking to build on a good start to their Currie Cup campaign when they face off against the Sharks in Durban tomorrow.
Having recorded an unlikely bonus point victory against the Free State Cheetahs in Bloemfontein last week, the men in blue will be seeking to solidify their second spot on the log.
Even though they were handed one of the toughest draws in the competition with two away games to start their campaign, the Bulls will know that two wins will be a major boost for their title aspirations in a competition that has been cut in half.
Blue Bulls captain Hanro Liebenberg says their win in Bloemfontein will be meaningless if they don’t back it up with an equally good performance tomorrow.
“We have a tough opening spell in the Currie Cup with away games in Bloemfontein and Durban to start with. We did well in Bloemfontein and that was good for the confidence, but if we don’t pitch up in Durban, it could be a step back again. So we are pretty determined to apply ourselves and continue with the good work done against the Free State Cheetahs.”