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The NYC Sharks last weekend fell short at the hands of a free-flowing Tigers outfit, the loss the first for John Morris' men of the 2016 season.

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Sitting at 3-and-0 prior to the 80 minutes played at Campbelltown, the Sharks side had looked an impressive one - scoring points proving no issue for the 20s outfit.

However it will be the efforts done without the ball in hand that Morris will be hoping to see the biggest improvements in - conceding 40-plus points in consecutive weeks, and going against the mantra and style of the teams outlook this season.

In team news, Monson Paewai retains his place on the wing after being a late inclusion last Saturday, and so too does William Kennedy in the halves.

Kennedy - although previously preffered at fullback in his time in the Sharks 20s fold - let no one down last weeked, chiming in late with a nifty solo try.

The Titans meanwhile sit at three wins and two losses after five weeks, having conceded on average 32 points per game.

Sharks Members and fans are asked to please note, contrary to what had been circulated throughout match-day programmes this week, kick off to the match is set down for an 11:40AM commencement.

NYC Sharks (5th) vs NYC Titans (10th
Sunday, April 10, 11:40am
Southern Cross Group Stadium

1 Ryan Cummins

2 Monson Paewai

3 Bessie Aufaga-Toomaga

4 Lachlan Stein

5 Josh Tuilagi

6 Jack Williams

7 William Kennedy

8 Tepa Fuiavailili

9 Jayden Brailey ©

10 Jaimin Jolliffe

11 Jayden Walker

12 Ash Nisbet

13 Jayden Mcdonogh



14 Justin Timu

15 Jesse Savage

16 Leon Tupuola

17 Billy Magoulias


John Morris

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