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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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[VIDEO] Cronulla Sharks vs Sydney Roosters: preview

[VIDEO] Cronulla Sharks vs Sydney Roosters: preview

by , 18 Apr 2014 Video

Already, the Sharks’ hopes of making the NRL finals appear as ordinary as Todd Carney’s new hairdo. They say blonds have more fun but Carney and his last-placed Cronulla are in no laughing mood right now. They need to win 11 of their final 18 games to be a realistic finals chance after a disastrous […]

Sharks were embarrassing: Sharp

by , 14 Apr 2014 Video

Interim Cronulla coach Peter Sharp slammed his NRL side as embarrassing as their Brookvale Oval hoodoo continued in emphatic fashion on Sunday. The Sharks were hammered 24-4 by Manly, who were rampant in the first half before fading in the second. The Sea Eagles led 20-0 after 33 minutes and when a Peta Hiku try […]

Brookvale hoodoo continues for Sharks

by , 13 Apr 2014 Video

Cronulla’s Brookvale Oval hoodoo has continued, after they were thumped 24-4 at the iconic venue by Manly on Sunday. In an emphatic response to their poor effort against Wests Tigers last week, the Sea Eagles blew Cronulla off the park early in the NRL round six fixture and the Sharks never recovered. The visitors have […]

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles v Cronulla Sharks: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

[VIDEO] Manly Sea Eagles v Cronulla Sharks: NRL live scores, blog, highlights

by , 13 Apr 2014 Popular article! Video

GAME SUMMARY FULL-TIME: Sea Eagles 24 – Sharks 4 We’ve seen it quite a few times this season – one team goes out to a commanding half-time lead and you end up with a second half where neither side really has their head in the game. That seemed to be the case today as Manly […]

Bad press was hurting Sharks, says Carney

by , 8 Apr 2014

Star playmaker Todd Carney says the bad press haunting Cronulla over the first month of the NRL season played a significant role in the Sharks’ horror start on the field. The Sharks finally broke through for their first win of the season over the Warriors on Saturday after a troubled start in which they scored […]

Cronulla Sharks vs New Zealand Warriors: NRL live scores, blog

Cronulla Sharks vs New Zealand Warriors: NRL live scores, blog

by , 5 Apr 2014

The winless Cronulla Sharks host the New Zealand Warriors this afternoon in a match they simply must win. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage. None from four; the wretched start continues for the team from the Shire. A win will give them some reward and hope for 2014 to their long-suffering fans. They […]

Loyalty in rugby league: Reality or myth

Loyalty in rugby league: Reality or myth

by , 4 Apr 2014

The NRL leaves itself open to criticism of disloyalty with players committing to new clubs before the expiration of current contracts. This feeling of fan sadness is exaggerated by the player often still having the majority of a season to complete before leaving. The recent signing then cancellation by the Bulldogs of a contract with […]

Flanagan re-signs as Sharks coach

by , 3 Apr 2014

Cronulla say suspended coach Shane Flanagan is the man to lead them forward after he re-signed with the Sharks for three more NRL seasons on Wednesday. But the worst may still be to come for the troubled Sharks this season while Flanagan is banned from dealing with the club. Cronulla chief executive Steve Noyce heralded […]

Sharks suffering without Flanagan: Gallen

by , 2 Apr 2014

Captain Paul Gallen says Cronulla is desperately missing the steadying influence of banned coach Shane Flanagan and it is evident in their winless start to the NRL season. Sunday’s 30-0 defeat to Newcastle was the Sharks’ fourth straight loss to begin the season and the injured Gallen said on Tuesday his side needs to turn […]

Bulldogs dodge a bullet on Fifita deal

Bulldogs dodge a bullet on Fifita deal

by , 1 Apr 2014

The Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs have completed a dramatic backflip by terminating contract negotiations with prized recruit Andrew Fifita. The current Cronulla Sharks prop was due to join the Dogs for the 2015 season, after agreeing to a massive deal just a few weeks ago. It was worth a reported $3.5 million over four years. However, […]

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