WESTERN FORCE lock Nathan Sharpe will become the first player in Super Rugby history to play 150 games when his side takes on the Hurricanes in Perth on Friday night.
Sharpe, who is the most capped player in Super Rugby history, made his competition debut for the Reds in 1999, playing 70 matches for them.
He has played 79 matches for the Force since 2006, captaining the side up until this season.
Sharpe, who also played his 100th test for the Wallabies at the Rugby World Cup last year, is to retire at the end of the season.
The Force will name their team for the match against the Hurricanes on Wednesday.« Back to Articles
This weekend throws up another set of games which could go either way.
Which player was unlucky not to make the Wallabies’ preliminary squad for the British and Irish Lions series?