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IN 2013 the Sharks had assembled arguably the best pack in the comp coupled with improved backs and a halves combination that complimented each other well. The fact they made the finals was not at all a surprise.
JUST a week after controversy helped the Sharks to a win, this week it came back to take the victory away from them after a controversial try helped Manly get the win.
AN early 7th tackle try (yes that does say 7th) has helped the Sharks to a 20-18 win over the Cowboys to knock them out of the finals at Allianz.
AN ever twisting and turning match has seen the Newcastle Knights snatch a late 18-14 win over the Cronulla Sharks in front of just over 11,000 fans at Remondis Stadium.
THE Sydney Roosters will soon be known as the shut out kings after yet another match where they kept the opposition scoreless. This time it was a 40-0 win over Cronulla Sharks at Allianz Stadium in front of 13,706.
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 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.
THE Board of the Cronulla Sharks Football Club today announced that former first grade player Glenn Coleman had been elected as the Club
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.
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.
CRONULLA set about achieving just one thing in 2011, rebuilding. They improved the team on-field and off-field as well as focussing on the future.
IT took them the full 80 minutes to secure victory, but tonight the Wests Tigers managed to cross the threshold and earn fourth position with a tense 30-22 win over Cronulla in front of 16,879 fans at Toyota Stadium
OUR very own Paul Mitry takes a look at this weekends Round 6 clash between the battling Brisbane and struggling Cronulla-Sutherland.
IT was a tough 2009 for the Sharks, but 2010 looks far more promising. LeagueUnlimited.com's Tim Costello casts an eye over the Cronulla side's fortunes for the upcoming season.