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Sea Eagles retain Steve Rogers cup

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THE Manly Sea Eagles have overcome a six point halftime deficit to defeat the Cronulla Sharks 32 points to 26, retaining the Steve Rogers cup, and more importantly, nabbing two competition points and a spot in the NRL top eight.

Seymour's contract torn up

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THE Cronulla Sharks today terminated the contract of half back Brett Seymour.

Fisk new Sharks boss

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THE Cronulla Sharks today announced the appointment of Richard Fisk as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Dragons make it 9 in a row for Sharks

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LOCAL derby time at Toyota Stadium tonight as the visiting St George Illawarra Dragons handed the Cronulla Sharks their 9th defeat in a row by 26-4.

Sharks battle on as election looms

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EMBATTLED Cronulla Sharks chairman Barry Pierce has today announced...

Wednesday Wrap

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A quick look at some of the day's big news...

Where to see the Newtown Jets in action this Saturday

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WHERE to see the Newtown Jets in action this Saturday;

Roosters Crow to Victory

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THE Sydney Roosters have held on to defeat the Cronulla Sharks 19-12 at Toyota Stadium.

Thurston and Bowen rule the City of Churches

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AN outstanding secondhalf has seen the Cowboys run out 34-10 winners of the Sharks in a sunny Adelaide this afternoon.

Ian Donnelly released by Titans, joins Sharks

GOLD Coast Titans advise that prop Ian Donnelly has been granted a release from the final year of his contract with the club.

Titans thrash Sharks in Darwin

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GOLD Coast Titans have thrashed Cronulla Sharks in last night's NRL trial match played in Darwin...

Year in Review - Cronulla Sharks

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LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Stephen O'Meara looks at the Cronulla Sharks' 2008 NRL season.

Storm sweep through lifeless Sharks

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THE Melbourne Storm are through to the NRL Grand Final after comfortably accounting for the Cronulla Sharks 28-0 in front of 27, 570 fans at the SFS.

Mad Monday

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MADUNIT looks into whether history will be rewritten

Raiders slump to sizzling Sharks

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THE Cronulla Sharks have produced a dominant attacking performance to post a 36-10 victory over a disappointing Canberra Raiders team at Toyota Park, leaving the Raiders hanging on to their 2008 season by a thread.

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