After another heartbreaking loss last weekend the NYC Sharks play their final game of the 2015 season when they host the Manly Sea Eagles at Remondis Stadium on Sunday.

The Sharks gave up an 80th minute try and the winning conversion after the full-time siren in going down by two points to the Eels on Saturday and will go into their round 26 clash determined to finish the season on a positive note.

Without any hope of qualifying for finals, the Sharks will be playing for pride but face a tough assignment against a Sea Eagles side currently sitting in fourth position after winning their previous four games.

In a positive for the Sharks home fans will get to see Jack Rogers play in just his second game in the NYC, with the son of Mat and grandson of Sharks Immortal Steve scoring three tries on debut in the Eels loss.

Rogers struck up a strong combination with centre Lachlan Stein on the right hand side of the Sharks attack, with the Sharks three-quarter instrumental in a number of their teams attacking raids.

The game will also see a number of NYC squad members playing their finals games in the under-20’s competition, with a handful set to move onto senior football with the Sharks from 2016.

The Sharks v Manly match is scheduled for a 1.45pm kick off on Sunday.

 

NYC Team List – Round 26
Sharks v Manly
Sunday, September 6
Remondis Stadium
Kick-off – 1.45pm

1              Ryan Cummins
2              Levy Sopi
3              Joshua Addo-Carr
4              Curtis Scott
5              Jack Rogers
6              Jack Williams
7              Brad Deitz
8              Alec Susino
9              Jayden Brailey
10           Harrison Muller
11           Anthony Moraitis
12           Ashleigh Nisbet
13           Jaden Clarke
INTERCHANGE
15           Jayden McDonogh
16           Jesse Savage
17           Billy Magoulias
18           Tepa Fuiava
19           Lachlan Stein
20           Daniel Vasquez

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