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Following a convincing win over the Dragons the Sharks have predictably named an unchanged line up for their match against the Canberra Raiders on Saturday.

Without being at the top of their game the Sharks had enough quality moments to notch a win over the St George Illawarra side, however Coach Shane Flanagan will be looking for an even better performance against a Raiders team currently in a confident frame of mind.

Flanagan has retained Sam Tagataese in his starting side, while Matt Prior returns to the squad after missing the Dragons match with a minor leg injury.

Prior has been named in jersey 18 on an extended bench, with Flanagan to make a final call on his 17-man side closer to kick-off on Saturday.

The Sharks v Raiders NRL is the third of a three-game roster on Saturday, with the NYC Sharks taking on the Raiders at 10.40am, the Newtown Jets play Mounties at 12.40pm, before the big game at 3.00pm.

For those fans looking to travel to Canberra and wanting to do it in comfort, the Sharks will be hosting a Membership bus to the National Capital. Contact Sharks Membership to book your place or for more options.

The Sharks team is listed below.

NRL Team List – Round 19
Sharks v Raiders
Saturday, July 18
GIO Stadium
Kick-off 3.00pm

1              Michael Gordon
2              Sosaia Feki
3              Gerard Beale
4              Ricky Leutele
5              Valentine Holmes
6              Jack Bird
7              Jeff Robson
8              Andrew Fifita
9              Michael Ennis
10           Sam Tagataese
11           Luke Lewis
12           Wade Graham
13           Paul Gallen (c)
14           Ben Barba
15           Chris Heighington
16           David Fifita
17           Jayson Bukuya
18           Matt Prior

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