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NORTH Queensland proved too good for Cronulla at Toyota Stadium tonight, handing the Sharks their fourth consecutive defeat, a 30 points to 12 thrashing in front of 7,340 fans.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry previews Saturday evening's Sharks-Cowboys showdown at Toyota Stadium.
NEWCASTLE got home against a spirited Cronulla today at Ausgrid Stadium, but it was a result not confirmed until the final minute as the Knights held the Sharks out 24-20 in front of 12,796 Novocastrians
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry has a look at the Knights' second game at their new home Ausgrid Stadium, this Sunday against Cronulla-Sutherland.
CRONULLA took their home game against the Warriors to New Zealand to help the Warriors open their 2011 account - they beat the Sharks 26 points to 18 in front of 14,600 fans at Owen Delany Park in Taupo.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry has a look at the battle of '67 - Penrith hosting Cronulla out west.
THE Cronulla Sharks have caused a major upset tonight beating the defending premiers St George Illawarra 16-10 at Toyota Stadium
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry previews the southern derby with Cronulla hosting St George Illawarra.
THEY may have been missing a range of key players, but that didn't matter for the Canberra Raiders today, as they thrashed the Cronulla Sharks 40-12 at Canberra Stadium
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S Paul Mitry sniffs around Canberra's opening round clash against Cronulla in the Nation's Capital.
A new coach, a smattering of youth in the halves and the backline and a world class pack of old hard heads is something that should have everyone in the Shire salivating.
AFTER a tumultuous season in 2009, the Sharks were not expected to be high achievers, if anything, many expected them to sink lower. And in some sense, they may have...
HUNTER Valley rugby league fans will enjoy a bumper start to the 2011 season with the Newcastle Knights announcing today that they will play the first NRL trial match in Muswellbrook in nearly 20 years against the Cronulla Sharks.
IT'S been all one way traffic at CUA Stadium as just under 11,000 fans watched Penrith destroy the Sharks 50-12 and secure a top two spot tonight
LEAGUEUNLIMITED'S newest regular columnist previews this weekends clash between the Penrith Panthers and the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.