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In a first for The Saturday Paper, a publication known for its coverage of current affairs, culture and Australian politics, a rugby league player, a Cronulla Shark for that matter, has appeared as the subject for their weekly sporting profile.

Michael Ennis, the inspirational Sharks hooker, who runs out tonight for the season-opening match against the Cowboys, recently spoke to The Saturday Paper sports editor Richard Cooke.

Always one to be honest and open, Ennis covered a wide range of issues and topics in the in-depth interview, from how he enjoyed his football in 2015 in his first season at the Sharks, to the passion he has for his work in the community.

See his Q & A online by going to the link below, or ask pick up a copy of The Saturday Paper from your local newsagent.


About The Saturday Paper

The Saturday Paper is an Australian weekly newspaper, first published on March 1, 2014. It was notable for being launched in hard copy, as an online newspaper and in mobile news format.

The paper is circulated throughout Australian capital cities and major regional centres.

Its coverage of current affairs, culture and Australian politics often draws both criticism and praise from media commentators. 

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