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The new recruits – Aaron Gray

 

 

 

Rugby League fans were given a glimpse of his talents when Aaron Gray crossed for four tries playing for City Origin against Country in 2016.

It was a coming out of sorts for the then Rabbitohs outside back in a performance that put Gray on the map and earmarked him as a player of potential.

The 2017 season didn’t go to plan for Gray, who battled a series of niggling injuries, then midway through the year came the chance to make a move to the Sharks in 2018.

At the time Sharks Coach Shane Flanagan was pleased to have secured the services of Gray for two seasons and had no doubt he would be an asset to his squad.

“Aaron has had a few injuries, which means he’s had a few false starts in his career, but I’m looking forward to having him on board next year,” Flanagan said. “He can play wing or centre, is a powerful runner, very skilful and is experienced for a young bloke.”

After a couple of days on the training paddock with his new teammates, Gray is excited about the prospects and looking forward to challenging for a spot in the Sharks 17-man NRL side.

In his first week in the Sutherland Shire Gray spoke with Sharks TV about the move in his first media duties at the club. See what he had to say, now playing on Sharks TV. 

 

AARON GRAY - Fact file

DOB: April 7, 1994
Junior Club: Mascot Jets
Position: Centre/wing
Height: 181cm
Weight: 95kgs
Rep Honours: City Origin (2016), NSW Under 20’s (2014), NSW under 18’s (2012)
NRL Debut: Souths v Canberra, round 8, 2015
NRL Games played: 41

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