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It was a solid performance on debut from Tinirau Arona, who impressed with his work rate in defense and leg speed in attack.
 
Arona was rewarded for his efforts with a try in his first game in Sharks colours, just the fourth four-pointer in his 37-game NRL career.
 
“I don’t get many tries, so it was nice to get across the line tonight,” Arona said afterwards.
 
Sharks TV caught up with Arona on field at Remondis Stadium immediately following the game against the Titans.
 
Sharks TV also spoke with former Sharks and now Gold Coast front rower Luke Douglas who played his 195th consecutive NRL match, eclipsing the mark set by Jason Taylor.
 
Of Douglas’s 195 games more than 140 came while playing at the Sharks. He also talked of his achievement post match to Sharks TV.

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