by Ed Jackson, 17 May 2015
Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan says it was far from his best game but teenage winger Valentine Holmes was the hero for the Sharks against Gold Coast on Saturday.
by Shane Jones, 16 May 2015
Match result: Cronulla have won their 4th match of the season with a golden point extra time win over Gold Coast at CBUS Super Stadium on Saturday Night. With scores deadlocked at 22-22 after 80 minutes, Valentine Holmes would be the hero, with a field goal on the first attacking play for the Sharks in […]
by Shane Jones, 9 May 2015
Match result: New Zealand have recorded a last gasp victory over Cronulla as they move into the top 8. WARRIORS 20 CRONULLA 16 In a match dominated by penalties, with 21 in the game, the Warriors would score in the final minute to win the contest. It was a close contest with the lead changing […]
by Adrian Warren, 27 Apr 2015
Being branded a cleanskin and a player every mother would love may not be the most flattering of compliments for an NRL forward.
by Scott Pryde, 26 Apr 2015
Match Result: Panthers 26 Sharks 18
by Mary Kaye, 21 Apr 2015
As I left work on Monday afternoon there were two things that I was sure of. The first was that I would get wet on my way home, and the second was that the Cronulla Sharks would beat the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Remondis Stadium.
by James MacSmith, 20 Apr 2015
In some of the most testing conditions imaginable Cronulla have scored an upset 18-10 NRL win over South Sydney at Remondis Stadium on Monday night.
by Scott Pryde, 20 Apr 2015
The resurgent Cronulla Sharks host a South Sydney Rabbitohs side looking to bounce back from last week’s embarrassing second half. Join The Roar from 6:45pm (AEST) for our live coverage of the clash.
by Lachlan Bickley, 15 Apr 2015
Six rounds into the NRL season an we’re honestly no closer to knowing exactly who the good teams are. No team is undefeated and the two teams at the top, the Broncos and Storm, have both been unconvincing at times.
by Michael, 11 Apr 2015
My love of the Sharks has been constant ever since I can remember, it wouldn’t be surprising if my first words were ‘Up, Up Cronulla’.