The Sale Sharks have won their final warm up game against Edinburgh and looks ready for the forthcoming 2016/17 Aviva Premiership. They beat Edinburgh by completing five tries. The Sale Sharks coach, Pete Anglesea, is happy with the way the team has been performing, but feels that they have lots more to work out before competing against Newcastle Falcons in the season opener.
Anglesea said that the team has done very well against Edinburgh, one of the best performing teams at the Pro12. They were a tough opposition for the Sharks and everyone in the team got a run out. He felt that the rustiness that Sale showed against Fylde did not affect the outcome of the game and the team was able to win the game. This is very important and will bring a lot of positive feeling in the player’s mind before the Premiership. (more…)
Sale Sharks has been going great guns.
They are being taken over by a new management that will hopefully invest new funds and help the team to reach top position in rugby across the continent. Sale Sharks has some great players on the team. George Nott is one such player who played a key role in the Under 20 championship of the country. The launch of the championship tournament was in style thanks to players like George Nott of Sale Sharks.
If you have followed the match you would have witnessed how George, in the role of a flanker, helped to score in the opening try. The game had been held at the Manchester City Academy stadium. Here the hosts were successful in overpowering Italy at a score of 48-10. The campaign kick started in a great way as a result of the opening try.
The Sale Sharks product, Cameron Neild, has signed a four year extension with the team. He started his career at Sale as a hooker and then switched on to blindside flanker. He made 23 appearances for the Sale Sharks team last season. The new deal signed by Sale is keeping in mind the stupendous performance that Neild has given in his previous Sale appearances.
The 21 year old forward Neild is also an England under-20 player is also tipped to enjoy full international honors after putting up a grand show at the AJ Bell Stadium. Steve Diamond, the Sale director of rugby, is delighted to have struck the deal with Neild. Diamond said that Neild is a very good player who showed his true potential last season. The club is really pleased to have signed an extension contract with him and he is sure that Neild will progress and become one of the pillars of the team this season. (more…)
If you are a student and a Sale Sharks fan, then there is excitement on offer for you during the 2016/17 season. The Sale Sharks have decided to continue with the discount ticket offer for students this season as well. The prices of the tickets will be less than the normal ticket rates for all competitions in the 2016-17 season. This offer is exclusively for under-graduates.
Sharks are fully aware of the large amount of student population in the Manchester area and its surroundings. In order to bring in more crowds to the stadiums for the Sharks matches to boast the support for the team, Sharks has decided to offer tickets at great value for all students with a student card. With the kind of fan following that some of the top players of the Sale Sharks team have, there is no doubt that the student community will take advantage of this special offer. (more…)
Steve Diamonds, the boss of the Sale Sharks team, is understandably happy that the team was able to beat their opponent team Newcastle and was able to secure a place in the European league.
Sale director was happy that Joe Ford had kicked the two crucial penalties in the second half that helped the team beat their opponent team. It has also helped Sale to secure a place in the European Champions Cup. Sale secured their win at a score of 21-15. The win of the team was at Kingston Park. It also helped the Sharks to secure the sixth place in the upcoming Premiership next season. Exeter then hammered Harlequins which in turn secured the sixth position for the Sharks. (more…)