Nathan Sharpe
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"Nathan Sharpe" is a retired professional Australian rugby union player. He began his rugby career at the Queensland Reds in 1999 before joining the newly-created Western Force in 2006, where he captained the club until his retirement in 2012. He played 116 Test match (rugby union)/test matches for Australia national rugby union team/Australia, including 20 as captain. His usual position was Lock (rugby union)/lock.

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In the first half we gave ourselves a chance to win that game. We've got to focus on our individual errors and we've got to keep our chins up. Ball security is crucial in Super 14 and we've got to fix that area up.

It's probably the most disappointing game of the season for us.

That's going to be a huge game for us and we're looking forward to it. It will be good to be back playing at home and in front of our own crowd.

We're preparing for those guys to play and we hope they do play.

That sort of thing doesn't concern me. Just getting back into the Australian side is my only goal after making a statement with the Force that we're a team that's here to compete physically.

The boys are shattered. We definitely got ourselves in a position to win but we made mistakes at crucial times and took the pressure off.