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Sharks hooker Michael Ennis has thrown out the call for the NRL to revert Finals matches to be played at the traditional home ground of the club in question.

With the Sharks form the best it's ever been, and as the side continues to push for a top two finish come the season's end, Ennis said it would be just rewards - for the players and fans alike - to see a Semi Final match at Southern Cross Group Stadium.

"The turn outs that we've had (at Southern Cross Group Stadium) have been awesome ... 19,000 (versus the Eels) ... For me, I think our home fans deserve a home semi final," Ennis said.

"If we work hard enough and continue to do what we're doing at the moment and earning our right ... those guys need to be rewarded with a home semi final.

"Commercially, it isn't a lot different. But the atmosphere is what the players deserve if we get the right to get there."

Returning home after matches and Penrith and the Sydney Football Stadium respectively, the Shire local says he and the side are looking forward to running out in front of the home fans once more this Sunday against the Knights.

"Two weeks on the road, it's really nice to be coming back here at home on a Sunday afternoon," Ennis said.

"It really suits us, we love our afternoon games here, it's going to be a good afternoon." 

See the full presser with Ennis, now playing.

Don't miss this weekend's clash as the Sharks eye off a record fifteenth consecutive win! Pre-purchase your tickets to Sunday's match at Southern Cross Group Stadium HERE

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