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A strong first half has helped the Cronulla Sharks to see off a Wests Tigers fightback to score a 36-22 at Remondis Stadium.
THE Sharks today officially announce international waste solutions and management company Remondis as their new Stadium naming rights partner.
THE North Queensland Cowboys have defeated the Cronulla Sharks 22-4 in front of 14434 people at 1300smiles Stadium tonight.
ANTHONY Tupou and Ricky Leutele have committed to the Cronulla club for the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
THE Cronulla Sharks have fought back in the second half as they scored 26 unanswered to down the Parramatta Eels 32-14 at Sharks Stadium.
MELBOURNE Storm hooker Cameron Smith celebrated his 250th game in style as his side went on an emphatic 38-6 demolition of Cronulla in front of 16,231 fans at AAMI Park.
IN anticipation of his Origin debut next week, Andrew Fifita has led the Cronulla Sharks to victory over the South Sydney Rabbitohs 14 -12 tonight at Endeavour Field in front of 12, 243 dedicated fans.
CRONULLA have withstood a late Raiders fightback to post a dominant 30 points to 20 win in front of 12,130 fans at Cronulla Stadium this afternoon.
HIGHLY-REGARDED Cronulla back rower Jayson Bukuya is Vodafone Warriors-bound next season after signing a two-year contract.
CRONULLA have extended the Wests Tigers' terrible run of form with a 30-6 win at Allianz Stadium on Friday night in front of 9,858 fans.
THE Sharks five eighth Todd Carney has signed a new long term contract which will see him remain in Cronulla colours for the next five seasons.
THE Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks have run out winners against the Newcastle Knights today, triumphing 21-20 in extra time at Hunter Stadium in front of 16,983 fans.
CANTERBURY have recorded their second win of the 2013 season in a stop-start affair on the Central Coast. They defeated Cronulla 24-8 in front of 10,131 fans.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles have accounted for a valiant Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks outfit this afternoon, taking out the match 25-18 in front of more than 17,000 at Brookvale.
THE Sharks debacle - the NRL must accept some of the blame!