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THE Sharks have secured a new major corporate partner with LabourHealth, an Australia-wide on-site workforce safety management company the new front of jersey sponsor for the remainder of the 2014 season.
THIS weekend some bloke, for some odd reason, took a photo of Todd Carney self-watering himself at a urinal. Don't know why you'd want a photo of that, but that's for another discussion.
SHARKS NRL coach Peter Sharp has resigned from his position effective immediately.
THE Cronulla Shark Football Club has today after careful consideration and lengthy deliberation, including discussions with senior NRL management, made a decision to terminate Todd Carney's NRL playing contract effective immediately.
THE Cronulla Sharks have put 5 weeks of scoreless football behind them with a 24-22 come from behind win over the Brisbane Broncos in front of 24,000 fans at Suncorp Stadium.
THE NRL said today that former Sharks Head of Strength and Conditioning, Trent Elkin will be able to apply to have his suspension lifted in December 2015
CURRENT Bulldogs player and former NSW Origin hooker Michael Ennis today agreed to terms on a new contract that will see him join the Cronulla club in 2015.
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons have easily accounted for an injury depleted Cronulla Sharks pack with a 30-0 drubbing at WIN Stadium (Wollongong) in front of as 12,079.
THE Sharks confirm that Beau Ryan has retired from the NRL, effective immediately.
CRONULLA'S miserable 2014 season continued at Remondis Stadium when they were held scoreless for the second time this season as South Sydney comfortably registered an 18-0 win.
PARRAMATTA have put themselves on the cusp of the top eight after a scintillating attacking display out-pointing the Cronulla Sharks 42-24 in front of 12,541 fans at Parramatta Stadium.
INTERNATIONAL front rower Andrew Fifita today signed a new four year contract that will see him remain at the Sharks through until the end of the 2018 season.
2014 is Cronulla's worst start to a season since 1969. Given their performance of the previous two seasons, you can't help but wonder why.
THE Sydney Roosters have won a see-sawing contest at Remondis Stadium tonight in front of 12163 fans defeating the Cronulla Sharks 24-18.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have climbed back into the NRL top 8 with a dominant performance over the struggling Cronulla Sharks, 24-4 at a Brookvale Oval