You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content

A loss to the last-placed Dragons was certainly a setback however the NYC Sharks will look to quickly return to the winner’s circle when they travel to Canberra to take on the Raiders on Saturday.

The Sharks went down 26-18 to the Dragons, giving up an 80th minute try which made the difference between the teams seems greater than it in fact was, but it was still a disappointing loss considering the young Cronulla team is fighting for a finals berth.  

They do get a chance to atone when they come up against the fourth-placed Raiders in a match in which the Sharks will be desperate to win as they bid to stay in touch with the top eight with the season approaching the business end.

Sharks coach James Shepherd has brought recently capped Australian Schoolboy Curtis Scott into the side in the centres after he missed the last round of the NYC due to commitments at the national schools championships last weekend, while hardworking prop Harrison Muller missed the Dragons game with injury and also returns.

Shepherd has named seven players on an extended interchange bench and will finalise his side prior to their departure for Canberra on Friday.

The NYC Sharks v Raiders match is scheduled for a 10.40am kick-off at GIO Stadium on Saturday.

The team list is as follows;

NYC Team List – Round 19
Sharks v Raiders
Saturday, July 18
GIO Stadium
Kick-off – 10.40am

1              Ryan Cummins
2              Levy Sopi
3              Joshua Addo-Carr
4              Curtis Scott
5              Semisi Vea
6              Jaden Clarke
7              Brad Deitz
8              Alec Susino
9              Jayden Brailey
10           Harrison Muller
11           Anthony Moraitis
12           Ashleigh Nisbet
13           Billy Magoulias
15           Jayden McDonogh
16           Keenan Yorston
17           Jesse Savage
18           Pat Hasson
19           Daniel Liddicoat
20           Leon Tupuola
21           Tepa Fuiava

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.

Premier Partner

Major Partners

View All Partners