Paul Aiton - The PNG captain is finding out that you have to fight for your spot in first grade no matter what your name is. With both the Sharks NRL and NSW Cup sides going so well at present, competition for spots is immense and you only need look at this Sharks line up to understand that. Names like O'Neill, Quinn, Collis, Williams, Champion, Smith and Wright wouldn't look out of place in most NRL sides and Aiton now finds himself behind fellow Cronulla rakes in Morris and Flanagan at the Sharks. There are not too many prouder footballers running around than Paul Aiton and you can expect him to be one of the Sharks best in the Cup, for however long as he is there.
: Impossible to tip against the Sharks given the talent they have at their disposal. Sharks by 8.
Wentworthville Magpies Vs Western Suburbs Magpies
Ringrose Park, Sunday, July 17
Referee: Henry Perenara
Broadcast: 2CCRfm 90.5FM (Link available via www.nswrl.com.au's Weekend Game-Cast)
: The Western Suburbs Magpies head to Ringrose Park full of confidence after they won their first match last weekend since coincidentally enough defeating Wenty back in Round 11. Wenty had been in good form leading into last weekend's match against Manly and would have been confident of another win however they were comprehensively beaten by a much more intense and clinical Sea Eagles outfit. The Magpies will have to continue on without the services of Josh Davis however David Harris and new recruit Marc Russell have been in excellent form and that can be expected to continue here while for Wenty, their forwards were ok last week but they will be looking for more from the backs after an average performance last week, particularly some poor decision making late in the tackle counts. With both of these sides not necessarily known for their blistering attack, this one could be won by the side left standing in the trenches.
Game Breaker: Rhys Lenarduzzi - Lenarduzzi is the