The Sharks have succeeded through to the semi-final stage of the Currie Cup season! It has been a gruelling pool-stage for The Sharks with their experience of back-to-back losses, home-game defeats and some of their best team players forfeiting their participation in the Currie Cup due to Springbok involvement; however they have beaten the odds and have a spot in the semi-finals where they will face-off against other top-of-the-log teams in an effort to earn a rank in the final match
The Sharks experienced difficulty as they faced the Western Province last Saturday, 11 October, but they adapted to their learnings from the Currie Cup season to remain fired-up and motivated to earn a 28-20 victory.
KYOCERA Document Solutions South Africa (KDZA) was not built in one day – it has taken years of both success and failure to achieve their current position in the industry. Like their boys in Black and White, KDZA believes in keeping themselves and their partners fired-up and motivated in order to achieve greatness as a team.
As the close of KDZA’s Summer Incentive is fast-approaching, it is important to adapt to these objectives – by maintaining a fired-up energy, motivated to achieve success; and to keep this fire burning after the incentive is over – to achieve success for the business, as well as oneself.
The Sharks take on The Lions in their first semi-final match on Saturday, 18 October – kick off is at 14:30!
For more information on The Sharks vs Western Province match, click http://www.sharksrugby.co.za/news#article2678724