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The Sharks have released Matthews Cup and SG Ball squad lists ahead of the start of the junior representative seasons this weekend.

The defending state and national champions in both 16’s and 18’s, the Sharks have named what they believe to be competitive squads, with team lists for round one to be revealed later today (Tuesday).

Glenn Brailey (Matthews Cup) and Dave Howlett (SG Ball) return as the respective team coaches.

The Matthew Cup team open their season with a game against South Western Sydney Academy of Sport (SWAS), while the SG Ball Sharks travel to WA this weekend to play the Perth Pirates.

For the full season draw, see the link below.

2016 Cronulla Sharks Matthews Cup squad
Max Batty, Kai Broadhurst, Declan Casey, Bailey Cantrill, Thomas De Meio, Cooper Devine, Jackson Devine, Angus Ernst, Joshua Holt, Kevin Kennedy, Logan Kepu, Isaac Longmuir, Jonaiah Lualua, Adam Mortlock, Cameron O’Connor, Franco Parodiso, Franklin Pele, Riley Pickering, Dan Robinson, Saint Sakai, Damon Smith, Ky Smith, George Sukanaivalu, William Swann, Redford Tiatia, Andrew Thomson, Jack Wilson, Max Wiseman, Bronson Xerri.

2016 Cronulla Sharks SG Ball squad
Josh Aileone, Blayke Brailey, Donavan Briggs, Delaney Chaney-Puata, Jack Dillon, Jackson Ferris, Brandon Finnegan, Kyle Flanagan, Jack Gould, Luke Jurd, Semisi Kioa, Luke Kisaloff, Fine Kula, Amo Lualua, Isaac Lumelume, Luke Metcalf, Kalani Pewhairangi-Charlie, James Roumanos, Jaeman Salmon, Dylan Smith, Lachlan Smith, Dean Tatsis, Soakimi Tuitavuki, Chris Tupou, Jackson Watson, Dylan Xerri.

 

2016 Matthews Cup draw – CLICK HERE

2016 SG Ball draw – CLICK HERE

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.