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Sharks Coach Shane Flanagan spoke with Sharks TV on Friday morning as his side heads into an all-important Round 9 fixture with competition leaders, the Broncos.

Happy with the Sharks efforts done in defence in turning away sides from structured play, Flanagan said his men will have to aim up in broken field to stop the likes of Anthony Milford and Corey Oates causing havoc.

See the interview with Flanagan, now playing on Sharks TV. 

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