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In what was an otherwise disappointing night for the Cronulla Club, the Round 2 clash with the Bulldogs in 2014 saw Penani Manumalealii, Michael Lichaa and David Fifita all make their NRL debuts.

Due to injury or suspension, the make-up of the Sharks' team was very much disjointed, and served to impact on the side's chances of notching what would have been their first win of the new campaign.

The eventual competition runners up proved far too strong for the Sharks team, but not for the want of trying from the men in the black, white and blue. 

In a twist of fate come this Sunday, the men who wore the number nines of their respective clubs will again be on show - albeit in the opposite colours.

Re-live the exchanges of Round 2 2014, now playing in this week's 'Last Time We Met' highlights package on Sharks TV. 

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