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.
Anglesea said that the ball presentation of the Sale Sharks during the game was pretty good. The team had dominated during the set pieces. He wants his players to be grounded and take it one game at a time. There are a few things that need to be sorted out before the start of the Premiership. A few tweaks here and there are all that is called for and the team will be fully ready and raring to go.
The Sale Sharks coach, Pete Anglesea, was pretty much impressed with the performance put in by fly-half AJ MacGinty. He has just joined the club and in his short stint with the club, he seems to have won the appreciation of his coach. Anglesea feels that AJ is a very good communicator and a man who can easily kick goals. He is a very big threat for any opposition while attacking and has the skills to put people in the gaps.