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The preparations are complete, with the 2015 junior rep season proper about to get underway, albeit a week late for the Sharks Matthews Cup and SG Ball teams.

After sitting out week one of the competition due to the bye, the Sharks 16’s and 18’s face a tough first-up assignment when they tackle the Parramatta Eels in matches to be played at Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown.

The Matthews Cup Sharks, who kick off their match at 4.00pm, face a Parramatta side which comfortably defeated the Sydney Roosters by 44-12 in their first round clash.

In the SG Ball the Sharks take on an Eels squad who were equally impressive in their season opener in beating the defending 18’s premiers the Roosters 34-20.  

The SG Ball match gets underway at 5.30pm.

Both Sharks teams have trained and trialled strongly throughout the pre-season and are positive about their prospects ahead of their first official games for 2015.

The Sharks teams have been named for Saturday’s games.

Matthews Cup
Sharks v Eels
Saturday, February 21
Patrician Brothers Blacktown (Flushcombe Rd, Blacktown)
Kick-off – 4.00pm

1. Harrison De Meio
2. Julian Spanos
3. Bronson Xerri
4. Jack Gould
5. Dylan Smith
6. Kai Broadhurst
7. Luke Metcalf
8. Fine Kula
9. Isaac Longmuir
10. James Roumanos
11. Jaeman Salmon
12. Jay Shearman
13. Lachlan Smith
14. Pita Toamotu
15. Monty Raper
16. William Swann
17. Rhys Ward
18. Trace Davidson
19. Max Hogan
20. Luke Jones

SG Ball
Sharks v Eels
Saturday, February 21
Patrician Brothers Blacktown
Kick-off – 5.30pm

1.       Cameron Scott
2.       Josh Tuilagi
3.       Curtis Scott
4.       Keenan Yorston
5.       Rusiate Lumelume
6.       Jaiden Brown
7.       Jack Williams
8.       Daniel Vasquez
9.       Blayke Brailey
10.   Brock Ilett
11.   Luis Strickland
12.   Jesse Savage
13.   Billy Magoulias

14. William Kennedy
15. Reece Gair
16. Tony Matautia
17. Zac Faulkner
18. Donovan Briggs
19. Chris Tupou

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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.

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