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INTERVIEW: Sharks CEO Ed Coetzee on transfer deadline day

The Sharks managed to hold onto their captain Lukhanyo Am and World Cup winning partner Makazole Mapimpi after what was a first ever ‘transfer deadline day’ for South African rugby. Sharks CEO Eduard Coetzee spoke to East Coast Drive after deadline day and confirmed that the only player that had activated their exit clause was flank Tyler Paul who is understood to have accepted a deal with a Japanese club.
Coetzee also confirmed that they’d managed to hold onto a number of their big name players including Am, Mapimpi, Curwin Bosch, Thomas du Toit, Reuben van Heerden and young lock JJ van der Mescht. These players had piqued the interest of foreign clubs.

30 April ECR Sport - Gareth Jenkinson

In your top sports stories today - SAFA have sought medical advice as they look at the potential of kick-starting the currently postponed ABSA Premiership and various national football leagues.

23 April ECR Sport - Gareth Jenkinson

Rugby Australia's chief executive Raelene Castle has resigned from her post as Rugby in the country faces a dire financial outlook exacerbated by the Coronavirus pandemic.

INTERVIEW: Gary Kirsten donates 300 online courses to township coaches

Former Proteas batsman Gary Kirsten has donated 300 licenses to the online cricket coaching platform CoachED to cricket coaches in South Africa’s townships during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Through the Gary Kirsten Foundation, 300 local coaches from local townships will become beneficiaries of the platform that provides cricket coaching accreditation and a variety of coaching content and resources.
Kirsten spoke to East Coast Drive amid South Africa’s Coronavirus-enforced 35 day lockdown. He’d been on holiday with his family near Breede River since before the country went into lockdown and decided to extend his stay for the remainder of the confinement period.

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