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Hardworking Sharks forward Tim Robinson has been rewarded for his consistent form during 2014 by being selected in the VB NSW Cup representative team to play Queensland Residents in a curtain-raiser to State of Origin Game 3.

Robinson, a member of the premiership winning Sharks NSW Cup side from 2013, has been amongst the Sharks best performers once again in 2014 with his selection a just reward for his wholehearted efforts.

In what has been a big week for the 26-year-old, Robinson has also won promotion into the Sharks NRL squad for the match against the Roosters. If he runs out on Saturday it would mark his top grade debut for the Cronulla club.

Robinson has previously played in the NRL with the Manly club.

Sharks NSW Cup coach Tony Herman also has a role as a coaching assistant with the representative side.

The NSW Cup Rep side to play Queensland Residents is as follows:

Clinton Gutherson - Manly Warringah Sea Eagles

Chanel Mata’utia - Newcastle Knights

Isaah Yeo - Penrith Panthers

Waqa Blake - Penrith Panthers

Nathan Stapleton - Newtown Jets / Sydney Roosters

Jack Ahearn - Mounties / Canberra Raiders

Mitch Cornish   - Mounties / Canberra Raiders

Sam Anderson  - Penrith Panthers

Mitch Williams - Wyong Roos

Jack Buchanan - Wests Tigers

Lachlan Burr - Canterbury Bulldogs

Jake Foster - Mounties / Canberra Raiders

Tim Robinson - Cronulla Sharks

Tyler Randell - Newcastle Knights

Willis Meehan   - Sydney Roosters

Mark Nicholls - Mounties / Canberra Raiders

Nathan Brown - Wests Tigers

COACH: Jason Taylor – Sydney Roosters

MANAGER: - Brett McKenna

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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.