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Inclement weather north of the Sydney Harbour last Monday night meant the Sharks NYC side would not take to the field against Manly at Brookvale.

As it turned out though the rain would stray, with judges on hand suggesting perhaps the NRL-prelude could have gone ahead.

But with the game having been postponed until a later date, the Sharks would face an unforeseen 15-day lay off – the side set to resume competition as per usual tonight in taking on the Storm at Southern Cross Group Stadium.

Disappointed with his side not able to take to the field last Monday, coach John Morris will no doubt have his chargers primed and ready for tonight’s match.

Undefeated after scoring wins against the Cowboys and Dragons respectively, Morris will be hoping for an improved defensive showing from his men tonight.

The Storm meanwhile are coming off successive losses at the hands of the Titans (Round 2) and Warriors (Round 3), having opened their season with a win over the Dragons in the competition’s first week.

Watch for the Storm to be tested tonight – having conceded 98 points inside their three matches – by a Sharks side that will be intent on playing an attacking brand of football, lead by exciting halves Jack Williams and Rhys Davies, and ever-present skipper Jayden Brailey.


Sharks v Storm 
Monday, March 28
Southern Cross Group Stadium
Kick-off – 4.45pm

1              Ryan Cummins
2              Sione Katoa
3              Bessie Aufaga-Toomaga
4              Lachlan Stein
5              Josh Tuilagi
6              Jack Williams
7              Rhys Davies
8              Tepa Fuiavailili
9              Jayden Brailey ©
10           Jaimin Jolliffe
11           Jayden Walker
12           Ash Nisbet
13           Jayden Mcdonogh
14           Justin Timu
15           Brock Ilett
16           Leon Tupuola
17           Billy Magoulias
18           Tony Matautia

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