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The win over the Titans, the continued good form of Ben Barba and Andrew Fifita, plus the game against Canberra on Sunday were just some of the topics which made news over the past week.

The potentially tragic accident involving young Rocco Heighington following Sunday’s game against the Titans and coach Shane Flanagan’s questioning of the personnel manning the NRL bunker, were other issues which received a share of the media coverage.

Again Rob and Liam got together to talk about what they’ve been saying, what they’ve been writing in the media this week.

See the links to the Sharks news below, or tune in and listen to the boys in Sharks in the News for April 15.

Bird transition to centres – SMH – Adam Pengilly – CLICK HERE  -

Ennis sparked Barba revival – Fox Sports – Nathan Ryan – CLICK HERE -

Will Barba play Origin – Mackay Daily Mercury – Chris Lees – CLICK HERE -

Graham heeds lessons – – Jack Brady – CLICK HERE -

Barba close to quitting – SMH – Adam Pengilly – CLICK HERE -

In-form Fifita in line for Origin recall – Triple M – CLICK HERE -

Lewis sick of age-old debate – SMH – Daniel Lane – CLICK HERE -


Sharks v Titans
Gallen told Bird to ‘calm it’ – Triple M – CLICK HERE -

Sharks fend off Titans in fiery clash – Daily Telegraph – CLICK HERE -


Sharks v Raiders
Nuuausala learns from brain explosion – Canberra Times – Lee Gaskin – CLICK HERE -

Raiders stars in doubt – Canberra Times – Lee Gaskin – CLICK HERE


Other news
Sharks twitter jibe – Triple M – CLICK HERE -

Heighington recall frightening moment – – CLICK HERE -

Heighington’s son in frightening incident – SMH – Chris Barrett – CLICK HERE

The Bunker – “Have we got the right people” – Daily Telegraph – Matt Logue – CLICK HERE -

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