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The Prince of the centres, Steve Rogers was at the top of the tree when it came to rugby league players of his era, with his size, strength and speed making him a handful for all those he came up against.

Born 24th of November, 1954, Rogers debuted with the Sharks as an 18-year-old and would play in the 1973 Grand Final against Manly.

Rogers' career prospered thereafter, as the went on to captain his country, play numerous games for NSW and be afforded the highly individual awards in the game - including the Dally M and Rothmans Medals.

Steve hung up his boots playing for Widnes in 1986, but the Rogers name would continue on via son Matt, who too was a fan favourite amongst the Cronulla faithful. 

Sadly passed away in 2006, Steve Rogers will always be remembered when the greatest ever Sharks are spoken about.

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