DURBAN – The Sharks’ last-gasp win over the Cheetahs at the weekend is priceless in terms of the growth of the team, according to forwards coach Nick Easter.
The Sharks turn their attention to the Lions at Ellis Park on Sunday and Easter says his charges are in high spirits after coming back from the dead to win.
“Last-minute wins where you have worked yourself from a losing position to win at the death does wonders for the belief in what you are trying to do as a team, and for the cohesion and trust among the players,” said Easter.
“You can’t put a price on it.
“When you are having a topsy-turvy time of it (as has been the case for the Sharks in this Currie Cup), to be able to find a way to win is massive in terms of boosting your confidence.”