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The Cronulla Sharks junior representative team lists have been announced ahead of their respective round three matches this weekend.

Remondis Stadium will play host to the Bulldogs across the Harold Matthews and SG Ball competitions, with the Sharks looking to bounce back from last start losses in both grades.

The Harold Matthews side showed signs of promise against Parramatta last weekend, and despite going down 22-10, the team remains hopeful of reversing their fortunes against Canterbury this time around.

The SG Ball squad were also unable to notch a win, with the Parramatta under 18s proving too strong in running out 40-14 victors at Blacktown Patrician Brothers College.

The Sharks will take some solace in knowing the side was not at full strength, with injuries at key moments to key players having detracted from the side’s fluency in attack.

The Matthews Cup match is scheduled for a 12-noon kick off, with the SG Ball to get underway at 1.30pm.


Harold Matthews –


1          Harrison De Meio
2          Bronson Xerri
3          Semisi Kioa 
4          Jack Gould
5          Dylan Smith
6          Kai Broadhurst
7          Luke Metcalf
8          Fine Kula
9          Luke Jones
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


SG Ball –


1          Cameron Scott
2          Josh Tuilagi
3          Curtis Scott
4          Keenan Yorston
5          Chris Tupou
6          Kyle Flanagan
7          Jack Williams
8          Daniel Vasquez
9          Blake Brailey
10        Brock Ilett
11        Jesse Savage
12        Luis Strickland
13        Billy Magoulias


14       William Kennedy
15       Reece Gair
16       Tony Matautia
17       Zac Faulkner
18       Donavan Briggs
24       Soakimi Tuitavuti
25       Brandon Su’a

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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