Thanks to all the supporters as well for coming out in their numbers and showing their loyal and much needed support!
Friday nights victory now makes it 3 games unbeaten at home and the momentum is clearly building. The team is also starting to get itself into winning positions away from home, and securing losing bonus points at least if victory eludes us.
We had a good training week in which the coaches left no stone unturned. It was pretty wet and windy this week but the intensity in training was still really good.
Gloucester is next up and a great place to go and play rugby. I had the privilege to play there last year for the Falcons on the second to last game of the season, and was fortunate enough to walk away with a hard fought victory. I thought the atmosphere was great, especially the noise coming from the "shed". We won that day on sheer desire and I can sense that same desire in Sharks squad this week.
We are going into a massive month for the club with 2 Aviva Premiership games and 2 Heineken Cup games, with great fixtures such as Northampton (Friday 30th November) and Toulon (8th December) at home.
I think it is fair to say the tide is changing and the Sharks are smelling blood in the water!
Following Saturday's game at Gloucester, Sale Sharks return to the Salford City Stadium to play Northampton Saints in Round 10 of the Aviva Premiership on Friday 30th November, kick off 7.45pm.
For tickets, ring 08444 994 994 or you can buy online.