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LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM guest writer Michael Treacy previews season 2008 for the Cronulla Sharks...
THE St George Illawarra Dragons and the Cronulla Sharks have identified several talented players who will battle it out in the generation-next competition, the under-20 National Youth Competition (NYC).
TITANS team to take on Sharks
THE Wests Tigers have defeated the Cronulla Sharks 29-28 at Toyota Park in another late season thriller.
WESTS Tigers Coach Tim Sheens has named his team to play Cronulla Sharks at Toyota Park on Saturday, August 18, at 5.30pm, in round 23 of the Telstra Premiership.
THE Sharks have broken their seven match losing streak tonight with a stunning 25-24 victory over the Eels at an animated Parramatta Stadium.
PARRAMATTA Eels coach Michael Hagan has named his side to take on Cronulla-Sutherland this Saturday evening at Parramatta Stadium. Kickoff for the Round 22 clash is 7:30pm.
A field goal to Storm halfback Cooper Cronk in the 76th minute and a failed attempt by Cronulla winger Luke Covell with three seconds remaining has left Sharks fans heartbroken after tonight
BRISBANES injured list continues to grow as Tonie Carroll and David Stagg joined a host of other stars on the sideline during today's 30-16 win over Cronulla.
BRISBANE Broncos coach Wayne Bennett has named his Round 20 lineup to face Cronulla Sutherland at Suncorp Stadium, this Sunday at 2:00pm.
THE gruelling Rugby League fare on offer at Henson Park
CRONULLA Sharks coach Ricky Stuart has recalled Brett Seymour to first grade for this weekends match against the Manly Sea Eagles, to be played Friday night at Toyota Park.
BULLDOGS coach Steve Folkes has named his side to take on Cronulla Sutherland this Sunday at Toyota Park.
ONLY 3 points separated the 2 foundation clubs last Sunday afternoon, with Wests running out winners 35-32
THE Warriors have made a turnaround after a six-match losing streak, tonight defeating Cronulla-Sutherland 12-2 and keeping their opposition tryless in absolutely atrocious conditions at Toyota Park.