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Buoyed by an 18-16 win over the Cowboys at their last start the NYC Sharks will look to finish their season on a high when they travel to Leichhardt Oval to take on the Wests Tigers in their final match of the 2014 season.

Fielding a team minus nine players who were called up to the NSW Cup, not to mention Valentine Holmes on duty with the NRL squad and Fa’amanu Brown missing with injury, the victory over the Cowboys was perhaps their best of the season considering the circumstances and squad available for the game.

This weekend, with a number of players back after the Sharks NSW Cup season has come to an end, the Cronulla NYC side to tackle the Tigers takes on something of a different look.

Back on deck is highly rated hooker Brad Deitz, centre Paul Simona, as well as five eighth Jaden Clarke, all three returning after playing NSW Cup last week, while Patrice Siolo has also been named to play after making his NRL debut on Monday night.

Currently 14th on the NYC ladder, the Sharks have the potential to climb two places with a win over the sixth-placed Tigers.

The Sharks v Tigers NYC match is scheduled for a 10.40am kick off at Leichhardt oval on Saturday.

NYC Team List – round 26
Sharks v Tigers
Saturday, September 6
Leichhardt Oval
kick-off – 10.40am

1              Dallas Wells
2              Finlay Dibley
3              Paul Simona
4              Jamayne Isaako
5              Joshua Addo-Carr
6              Jaden Clarke (C)
7              Connor Tracey
8              Kurt Dillon
9              Bradley Deitz
10           Jake Goodwin
11           Jake Lawrence
12           Patrice Siolo
13           Winstone Asotasi

14           Ben Chahoud
15           Sage Wilder
16           Alec Susino
17           Kalausa Leha
18           Jayden Brailey

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