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Cronulla Sharks

Cronulla SharksDespite entering the NSW Rugby league Premiership in 1967, the Cronulla Sharks are yet to register a first grade title in over 40 years of competition. Despite this, the Sharks have unearthed some of the game’s finest players headed by League legends Steve Rogers and Andrew Ettingshausen. The closest Cronulla have gotten to a Premiership victory was in their three Grand final losses in 1973, 1978 and 1997.

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Mastermind season review: Cronulla Sharks

Mastermind season review: Cronulla Sharks

by , 13 Sep 2014

Season 2014 will be remembered as a train wreck for the Cronulla Sharks. The writing was on the wall when it was announced last December that head coach Shane Flanagan was to be suspended for twelve months, in addition to the club being fined $1 million in the wake of their controversial 2011 supplements program. […]

Is Mad Monday worth the trouble?

Is Mad Monday worth the trouble?

by , 11 Sep 2014

With reports surfacing that both the NRL and the club itself are set to investigate the goings on during Mad Monday celebrations by the Cronulla Sharks, surely the question has to be asked, “is Mad Monday worth the trouble?” For those who aren’t aware, Mad Monday is the end of year celebration which usually includes […]

It’s the Sharks against the Titans in a race to break the duck

by , 7 Sep 2014

Welcome to September, that famous time of year known for hayfever, finals and the adding of another completed season to the Sharks’ unremitting premiership drought. Another year of frustration was completed on Saturday with a loss in the slop to the Tigers, and with it the questions grow louder again. Are these guys ever going […]

[VIDEO] Wests Tigers vs Cronulla Sharks: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] Wests Tigers vs Cronulla Sharks: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 6 Sep 2014

MATCH RESULT: FT: Tigers 26 Sharks 10 The Tigers overcome a first-half deficit to keep the Sharks scoreless in the second term. The win snaps the Tigers losing streak, and provides their fans one last positive memory from 2014. Wests Tigers too strong in the second half. Sharks brave but a short turnaround after going […]

Sharks hopeful of Flanagan return

by , 5 Sep 2014

With a horror year almost behind them Cronulla are hopeful Shane Flanagan will be given the green light for an early return from his NRL-imposed suspension. Flanagan will sit down in front of a panel that includes the code’s CEO Dave Smith and integrity unit lawyer Nick Weeks within the next 10 days to start […]

Gallant Sharks again prove that nothing means everything

Gallant Sharks again prove that nothing means everything

by , 2 Sep 2014

The Cronulla Sharks have had 48 seasons of nothing. That’s right, nothing. Well, that’s excluding the 1979 Amco Cup and three wooden spoons – not least the newest addition yet to be officially showcased in an otherwise barren trophy case. But from what we’ve come to know of the Sharks – and specifically more so […]

Sharks give Cowboys an almighty scare

by , 2 Sep 2014

North Queensland have locked down an NRL finals berth but it was ugly and it was late, the Cowboys grinding out a tense 20-19 golden point win over Cronulla in Townsville on Monday night. The Cowboys moved to fifth on the ladder with the victory over a spare parts Sharks side but the match raised […]

[VIDEO] North Queensland Cowboys vs Cronulla Sharks: NRL highlights, scores, blog

[VIDEO] North Queensland Cowboys vs Cronulla Sharks: NRL highlights, scores, blog

by , 1 Sep 2014 Popular article!

MATCH RESULT: The North Queensland Cowboys have secured a thrilling 1 point victory in golden point to secure their spot in this year’s finals. North Queensland were given an almighty scare by a plucky Sharks side but the class of Johnathan Thurston was enough to see them home. The Cowboys will be eyeing a top […]

Ex-Sharks player blasts Gallen, Cronulla

by , 30 Aug 2014

Former Sharks player and New Zealand skipper Richie Barnett says Cronulla captain Paul Gallen is “tainted” and should be struck from rugby league’s record books. And Barnett has slammed his former NRL club over their 2011 supplement regime, saying it “goes to show you how desperate the club were to achieve success”. NSW skipper Gallen […]

Amateurs get no justice from Sharks debacle

Amateurs get no justice from Sharks debacle

by , 27 Aug 2014

Brendan Bunyan is an amateur rugby player who plays for his beloved Burdekin Canetoads and loves his footy. He has never been paid and is no Paul Gallen. But ‘Bunny’ works hard at his game, especially in the gym to ensure he can keep the weight on to compete in the front row. While on […]


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