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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 come to a Premiership victory was in their three Grand final losses in 1973, 1978 and 1997.

In 2014 the Sharks took home the NRL wooden spoon, finishing in 16th place after a season impacted by the long drugs scandal that affected the club.

Full 2015 NRL draw can be found here.

Forgotten what happened last year? Review the 2014 NRL Grand Final and State of Origin with The Roar.

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Cronulla Sharks Articles

NRL Round 6: Ride ‘em Cowboys

NRL Round 6: Ride ‘em Cowboys

by , 15 Apr 2015 Video

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.

Cronulla, sport and my mental battle

Cronulla, sport and my mental battle

by , 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’.

[VIDEO] Cronulla Sharks vs Newcastle Knights highlights: NRL scores, blog

[VIDEO] Cronulla Sharks vs Newcastle Knights highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 10 Apr 2015 Popular article!

The Cronulla Sharks are up and running in season 2015 and they will be looking to build on their great performance last week when they tackle the Newcastle Knights at home. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:35pm (AEST).

Andrew Fifita edging closer to 2013 form

by , 10 Apr 2015

A rejuvenated Andrew Fifita believes he’s getting close to the form that earned him selection for NSW and a Rugby League World Cup winners medal in 2013.

NRL Round 6 preview: Cowboys, Dragons and Sharks to continue winning ways

NRL Round 6 preview: Cowboys, Dragons and Sharks to continue winning ways

by , 8 Apr 2015

Another round of the National Rugby League has passed, with plenty of upset victories. Tipping this week proves exceedingly difficult with injuries plaguing the chances of many sides.

The Sharks finally get the two points

The Sharks finally get the two points

by , 6 Apr 2015

Apart from my Parramatta Eels, there are three teams in the NRL which I have an extreme soft spot for. I do not apologise for this.

Flanagan relieved after Sharks’ win over Roosters

by , 6 Apr 2015

Cronulla coach Shane Flanagan admitted to feeling a combination of relief and excitement after his side ended a run of 10 straight losses stretching back to July last year to beat the Sydney Roosters.

[VIDEO] Sydney Roosters vs Cronulla Sharks highlights: NRL scores

[VIDEO] Sydney Roosters vs Cronulla Sharks highlights: NRL scores

by , 5 Apr 2015 Popular article!

The Cronulla Sharks will be in the hunt for their first win this afternoon as they travel to the Sydney Football Stadium to take on the Sydney Roosters. Join The Roar from 3:30pm (AEDT) for live scores.

If Todd Carney is “a fit and proper person” he could return to the NRL

by , 3 Apr 2015

Any unlikely chance Todd Carney has of returning to Cronulla rests with the embattled club’s board, but the former Dally M medallist remains a possibility of coming back to the NRL.

The Sharks need halves, not wholesale changes

The Sharks need halves, not wholesale changes

by , 2 Apr 2015

Featuring 2012 Dally M medalist Ben Barba, 2012 grand final captain Michael Ennis, 2014 winning Blues captain Paul Gallen, as well as Gerard Beale, Andrew Fifita, Luke Lewis and Chris Heighington, Cronulla have an amazing roster.


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