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THE following is a statement from the Cronulla Sharks Board:
THE Board of the Cronulla Sharks Football Club today announced that former first grade player Glenn Coleman had been elected as the Club
THE Cronulla Sharks have capped off the most tumultuous week in the clubs history with an emotion-charged 12-10 victory in front of 17,541 fans at Sharks Stadium.
NRL CEO Dave Smith has today given his support to the Cronulla Sharks Board as it implements wide-ranging management changes to provide certainty for players and fans in the 2013 season.
THE National Rugby League has reassured fans that the Cronulla Sharks will take the field in the opening round of the season and that the NRL will support the club and its Board throughout the current ASADA investigation.
SHARKS fans and all rugby league supporters can be assured the club has been very proactive in fully cooperating with ASADA
THE Sharks are proud to announce they have entered into Official Charity partnerships for the 2013 NRL season with the McGrath Foundation and Sutherland Shire organisation Project Youth.
AT the start of 2010, no one (other than those in the Shire) would have ever envisaged the rapid improvement of the Cronulla team that has brought them to where they are now.
SHARKS captain Paul Gallen will fly home from Brisbane today after withdrawing from the All Stars game due to a quad strain
THE Sharks announce that the stadium naming rights partnership with Toyota has concluded effective immediately.
2012 saw the Cronulla club, in every aspect of operations overcome a range of challenges, and rise up against the overwhelming odds stacked against them.
THE Sharks announce and confirm the signings of Beau Ryan and Chris Heighington with the pair to join the club on three-year deals beginning in 2013.
THE Hunter Ports Newcastle Knights is pleased to announce the signing of New Zealand international Jeremy Smith on a three-year deal following his release from the Cronulla Sharks.
THE Canberra Raiders have destroyed the hopes and dreams of the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks as the green machine ran out victorious in front of a sell out Canberra Stadium today
THE Cronulla Sharks were hailing the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) approval of their $300 million land development application as having the potential to make the club an NRL powerhouse.