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IN 2013 the Sharks had assembled arguably the best pack in the comp coupled with improved backs and a halves combination that complimented each other well. The fact they made the finals was not at all a surprise.
IN relation to the breach notices issued by the NRL against the Club and coach Shane Flanagan it can be confirmed that both parties today responded with detailed submissions to the matters raised
THE Cronulla Sharks Board has met tonight and has released the following statement.
THE Cronulla Sharks acknowledge the breach notice handed down by the NRL in relation to code of conduct issues back in 2011.
THE Cronulla Sharks have secured the 2013 VB NSW Cup Premiership with a heavy defeat of the Windsor Wolves 36-8 at ANZ Stadium.
THE Sharks have acquired the services of Dragon Matt Prior, with the Grand Final winning forward today signing a two year deal with the club beginning in 2014.
SHARKS fullback Michael Gordon has beaten off the challenge of a number of worthy contenders in being named the Monty Porter Medalist and Pontifex Sharks Player of the Year at the club
JUST a week after controversy helped the Sharks to a win, this week it came back to take the victory away from them after a controversial try helped Manly get the win.
AN early 7th tackle try (yes that does say 7th) has helped the Sharks to a 20-18 win over the Cowboys to knock them out of the finals at Allianz.
THE NRL has confirmed an error by the Match Officials resulted in Cronulla
CRONULLA will be confident going into their elimination final against North Queensland after dealing with the Raiders 38-18 in front of 7,615 fans at Canberra.
THE NRL today issued Canberra player Sandor Earl with an Infraction Notice and has accepted an immediate provisional suspension for breaches of the Leagues Anti-Doping Policy.
CRONULLA have produced a 26 point first half display to roll over the first placed Roosters 32 points to 22 in front of 11,418 fans at Shark Park.
IN relation to the matter of salary cap breaches and the allegation of improper payments to players
AN ever twisting and turning match has seen the Newcastle Knights snatch a late 18-14 win over the Cronulla Sharks in front of just over 11,000 fans at Remondis Stadium.