It’s been confirmed that the match between the Sharks and English club Saracens on 15 January 2022 has been cancelled.
It is the latest event to fall victim to the Omicron variant.
“With recent developments regarding the new variant of Covid-19, the uncertainty around international travel that lies ahead and the timeframes in which we are operating in, both teams have made the decision in the best interest of safety for all concerned,” a Saracens statement said.
“Saracens and the Sharks share a commitment to grow the game and make a significant contribution to their respective communities, so will continue to communicate, share knowledge and look for opportunities to reschedule the game and work together in the future.”
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#1. Stuart Hogg – Dive in 2015
Some fans believe he often overdoes the theatricality to the extent that not even the officials will give him a second look.
This all stems back to the South Africa vs Scotland game during the 2015 Rugby World Cup when he flung himself into the ‘Beast’ just to be laughed off by players and fans around him
As the old saying goes, mud sticks., but it’s not a reputation he deserves.
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