Sharks to move to Moses Mabhida Stadium?

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KZN, 6 May 2016 - The KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union has confirmed that they may relocate to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. The Union has been based at Kings Park since 1958.

KZN, 6 May 2016 - The KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union has confirmed that they may relocate to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. The Union has been based at Kings Park since 1958.

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KZN, 6 May 2016 - The KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union has confirmed that they may relocate to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. The Union has been based at Kings Park since 1958.

KZN, 6 May 2016 - The KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union has confirmed that they may relocate to the Moses Mabhida Stadium. The Union has been based at Kings Park since 1958.

DURBAN - The KwaZulu-Natal Rugby Union has confirmed that they could move to the Moses Mabhida Stadium.

The Union has been based at Kings Park since 1958 but, if the plan goes ahead, the Sharks will in future play their games at the World Cup venue.

Kings Park has been the battle ground for a number of international, Super Rugby and Currie Cup matches over the years.

The stadium precinct also provides resources for development, schools and club rugby and while moving to the Moses Mabhida Stadium will provide the Sharks with a state-of-the-art venue, will it be able to cater for the development of rugby in the province?

*Watch as eNCA sports report Myron Naicker chats to KZNRU President Graham MacKenzie about the coastal union’s stadium plans in the video above.