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Todd Carney trained alongside youngsters who are a part of the Sharks Matthews Cup Under 16s training squad.

After going through a series of drills Wade Graham pulled aside a couple of 17-year-old SG Ball halves and gave a few tips and hints, valuable knowledge they will take away with them for their upcoming junior representative season.

Coach Shane Flanagan was an active participant, shouting encouragement, as well as plenty of advice, at all players involved.

It was a club training session, taking place Tuesday night and organized by Flanagan, bringing together over 100 Sharks, players from the Matthews Cup, SG Ball, NYC, NSW Cup and NRL squads.

The likes of Carney, Graham, Isaac De Gois, Eric Grothe and the entire NRL group took part in skill drills, next to them talented kids from the Sharks junior representative system, some as young as 14 years old, along with the next batch of NRL stars from the Sharks NYC team.

It was a night the young aspiring Sharks junior rep players will never forget and an event which would have taken a few of the established stars back to where their rugby league careers began.

I think everyone would have got something out of the session and we will try to do it again after Christmas, Flanagan said.

After the skills and conditioning session, all players involved mingled at a post-event barbecue, further building relationships between the Sharks youngest, as well as the most senior, club representatives.

Stay tuned to these pages for a photo gallery, capturing some of the action from the Sharks club training session last night.
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