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The two Sharks junior rep teams face a stern test of their credentials on Friday night when they play the Sydney Roosters in round four matches to be played at Remondis Stadium.

The Matthews Cup Sharks, with two wins from three starts, face a Roosters outfit with the same win-loss record, while the undefeated SG Ball Sharks tackle the highly rated Roosters in the second game of the night.

The SG Ball Sharks will this week be under the control of a new head coach, with assistant Darren Quince stepping into the role in replace of Dave Howlett who has been promoted to the Sharks NYC team.

The matches are scheduled for Remondis Stadium on Friday night, with Mathews Cup getting underway at 6.15pm, followed by SG Ball at 7.30pm.

Sharks Junior Rep Team Lists

Matthews Cup Sharks v Sydney Roosters
Remondis Stadium,
Friday, March 7
Kickoff – 6.15pm

1. Aperaamo Lualua
2. Isaac Lumelume
3. Frank Tumatai
4. Dylan Xerri
5. Luke Chivers
6. Tallin McILroy
7. Kyle Flanagan
8. Reece Burns
9. Blayke Brailey
10. Fine Kula
11. Jackson Watson
12. Daniel De Vecchis
13. Jack Dillon


14. Troy Whittaker
15. Hira Rahraha
16. Jordan Morris
17. Reece Robson
19. Lachlan Smith
20. Lachlan McGilp
21. Dean Tatsis
25. Ryan Longville
26. Luke Jurd


SG Ball Sharks v Sydney Roosters
Remondis Stadium
Friday, March 7
Kickoff – 7.30pm

1          Ryan Cummins
22        Scott Allen
3          Tyler McILroy
4          Daniel Smithers
5          Curtis Scott
6          Jamayne Isaako
7          Connor Tracey
8          Patrick Hasson
9          Jayden Brailey [C]
10        Daniel Vasquez
11        Jayden Walker
12        Ash Nisbet
13        Billy Magoulias


14        Jack Williams
15        Daniel Liddicoat
16        Brock Ilett
17        Ben Henderson
19        Jye Bowen
25        Jye Challenor

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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