AT the start of 2010, no one (other than those in the Shire) would have ever envisaged the rapid improvement of the Cronulla team that has brought them to where they are now.
2012 saw the Cronulla club, in every aspect of operations overcome a range of challenges, and rise up against the overwhelming odds stacked against them.
AFTER much improved performances in 2010 and 2011, The Wests Tigers appeared to be maturing as a unit and playing much better and more consistent football...
TODAY is the final part of our preview of the 16 teams for the 2012 Toyota Cup Under 20's competition... with a look ahead for South Sydney, the Roosters, Warriors and Wests Tigers.
OUR four-part Toyota Cup Under 20's 2012 preview continues this evening, with the Cowboys, Eels, Panthers and Dragons.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED previews the 2012 National Youth Competition - Toyota Cup. Today it's Gold Coast, Manly-Warringah, Melbourne and Newcastle.
OVER the next four days, LeagueUnlimited previews the 2012 National Youth Competition - Toyota Cup. Today it's Brisbane, Canberra, Canterbury and Cronulla.
TODAY we take a look at all the big movements from club-to-club during the off-season.
THE Wests Tigers for the past few seasons have had the cattle to be premiership favourites, but have somehow found a way to butcher their prospects mid-season and have had to rely on a strong run to the finals to get themselves back in the hunt.
THE Sharks have been quite consistent over the last three seasons, but it's the sort of consistency that they will be looking to put an end to in an epic manner in 2012.