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For those fans who can bring themselves to watch and read there is the wrap up of Sunday derby loss to the Dragons, while a little more palatable on a Monday after a heavy defeat are a number of other news items relevant to the Sharks which appeared in the media over the weekend.

Paul Gallen’s contract negotiations were reported by SMH journalist Brad Walter, while there was speculation the Sharks skipper may have returned for yesterday’s game against the Dragons.

James Phelps from News Limited previewed the battle between NSW Origin team mates Andrew Fifita and Trent Merrin and Adrian Prosenko writing in the Sun Herald yesterday reported Anthony Tupou is recovering from his sickening facial injury and is targeting a return to the field sometime in the not-too-distant future.

In regards to the news from the game yesterday at Kogarah, included is a Fox Sports/Daily Telegraph video package, a photo gallery courtesy of Getty Images and Sharks skipper Wade Graham’s appraisal of the Dragons.

In case you missed it, check out Sharks in the News for June 1, keeping you up to date with what the media is saying and reporting about your Cronulla Sharks.


Saturday, May 30 - Gallen contract negotiations – Sydney Morning Herald – CLICK HERE  


Saturday, May 30 – Gallen possible return – AAP – CLICK HERE


Sunday, May 31 - Fifita-Merrin - Sunday Telegraph - CLICK HERE


Sunday, May 31 - Tupou set to return – Sun Herald – CLICK HERE


Monday, June 1 - Match review – Highlights – Daily Telegraph – Fox Sports – CLICK HERE


Monday, June 1 - Mick Ennis – Benji Marshall exchange – Daily Telegraph – Fox Sports – CLICK HERE


Sunday, May 31 - Match report – AAP - CLICK HERE  

Sunday, May 31 - Photo Gallery – The Age – Getty Images – CLICK HERE


Monday, June 1 - Graham on the Dragons – Sydney Morning Herald – CLICK HERE

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