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It was a disappointing result for the Sharks who again failed to return home from Sydney’s northern beaches without either the two competition points or the Steve Rogers Cup.

See what the newspapers reported from the game against the Sea Eagles.

In Origin news Sharks skipper Paul Gallen will go into the series-deciding match with a target on his back, while Michael Ennis is awaiting the injury report on Robbie Farah and is ready to go if he gets the call up for Wednesday night’s clash.

And in other Sharks-related news, there were two goodwill community visits concerning Sharks players and staff, one to Leeton and another involving Fa’amanu Brown going home to Samoa with an NRL delegation, while after the signing of Jack Rogers to the Sharks NYC squad, Fox Sports have labelled Cronulla as the new ‘family club.’

Former Shark and current Newtown player Patrice Siolo is doing good things working with the NRL, while Anthony Tupou is on the road to recovery and eyeing a return to the field in the not-too-distant future.

See what they’re writing and saying in Sharks in the News for July 6.


Sharks v Manly match reports and game analysis

Match report – Daily Telegraph – Pau Crawley – CLICK HERE -

Match report - - CLICK HERE

Match report – – Joey Riordan – CLICK HERE

Match analysis – Sydney Morning Herald – Phil Gould – CLICK HERE

Sharks v Manly – Action photos – Sydney Morning Herald – CLICK HERE -


State of Origin
Gallen Papalii’s target – Adrian Prosenko – CLICK HERE -

Ennis joins Blues camp – – CLICK HERE

Other Sharks News
Sharks Leeton visit – Daily Telegraph – David Riccio – CLICK HERE

Nu Brown in Samoa – – CLICK HERE -

Sharks the family club - Fox Sports – Dan Walsh – CLICK HERE -

Patrice Siolo – - Michael McKeough & John Day – CLICK HERE -  

Tupou on road to recovery – Daily Telegraph – David Riccio – CLICK HERE

NRL recruitment/retention – Fox Sports – Ben Glover – CLICK HERE


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