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THE Cronulla Sharks have moved into a share of first place on the competition ladder with a solid 20-0 victory over the Sydney Roosters at Toyota Stadium tonight.
THE New Zealand Warriors have continued their surge towards the finals as they outmuscled the Cronulla Sharks 18-4 at Mt Smart Stadium.
SHARKS defence hangs tough, Souths waste chances.
THE Cronulla Sharks have snatched a dramatic one point win over the St George Illawarra Dragons at Toyota Park tonight. The Dragons led 6-0 at half time and 12-0 with half an hour to go.
IMPACT player Greg Eastwood set up a brilliant try to Denan Kemp and scored one of his own as the Broncos put a bite on the Sharks top four aspirations running out 18-12 victors at Suncorp Stadium.
AS the mud clears after round 19 of the NRL, we take stock of all the injury, judiciary and signing news you need to make that last charge at the office tipping comp.
CRONULLA narrowly get the two points at home in a tough and tight match over a Knights side that lost Jarrod Mullen midway through the second half.
THE Newtown Jets defeated Cronulla-Sutherland in the VB NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Saturday...
THE Manly Sea Eagles have gone to the top of the NRL ladder with a comprehensive victory over the Cronulla Sharks tonight.
REVIEW of Saturday's Jets v Sharks fixture in the NSWRL NSW Cup, plus the Newtown club's latest news.
THE Cronulla Sharks have claimed equal top spot on the NRL ladder following a comprehensive 36-24 victory over the Canberra Raiders...
A late penalty goal to Luke Covell has seen the Cronulla Sharks beat the Parramatta Eels in a thrilling game today at Toyota Park....
THE Cronulla Sharks have overcome an error-riddled first half to record a 24-8 win over the New Zealand Warriors at Toyota Park this evening.
THE injury and judiciary fallout from round 13 of the NRL
IT'S been a great day for the Sharks at the foot of the mountains, but it wasn't all easy as they buried the Panthers 24-22 at CUA Stadium this afternoon in front of 10,543 of the Penrith faithful.