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KIWI international Gerard Beale and former Dragons and current Samoan utility Kyle Stanley have both agreed to join the Sharks ahead of the 2015 season.
THE Sharks have signed 2012 Dally M Player of the Year Ben Barba on a three-year deal.
POPULAR back rower Jayson Bukuya will return to the Sharks in 2015 after signing a new two-year contract.
THE Cronulla Sharks acknowledge and welcome the NRL announcement today regarding the lifting of the suspension of Head Coach Shane Flanagan.
THE NRL today announced that it has lifted the suspension of Cronulla Sharks Head Coach Shane Flanagan.
THE NRL said that Sharks Head Coach Shane Flanagan would be required to undertake further work to satisfy the conditions required to have his suspension lifted.
IN rekindling a relationship which saw the two clubs field a joint Premier League team in the senior NSWRL competition team back in 2005, the Sharks have signed an agreement to join forces with the Newtown Jets once again in 2015.
THE Sharks reached agreement yesterday with Andrew Gray to become the clubs' NRL Physical Performance Manager for the next three years.
IT took a golden point field goal to superstar number seven Johnathan Thurston for the Cowboys to finally put an extremely brave Cronulla Sharks side away tonight at 1300SMILES Stadium in front of less than 12,000 fans.
THE NRL have outlined the restrictions which will apply to players who have been suspended for breaches of the game's anti-doping rules.
THE Canberra Raiders have consigned the wooden spoon to the Cronulla Sharks after a 22-12 victory at Remondis Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
THE Sharks have been advised that five players currently contracted to the club have received ‘show cause' notices from ASADA.
THE Melbourne Storm have put a distracting week off field behind them to record a 48-6 win over the struggling Sharks. A rampant Melbourne outfit ran in nine tries to one, including doubles to Mahe Fonua and Tim Glasby.
LOCAL Sutherland Shire product Mitch Brown makes a welcome return to familiar territory in 2015 after signing a new two-year contract with the Sharks.
A neck injury has prematurely ended the playing career of Sharks hooker John Morris, with the 300-game NRL veteran officially announcing his retirement today.