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It was back to business for the Sharks today who returned to Southern Cross Group Stadium ahead of Saturday night’s clash with the Raiders.

With the squad completing a light recovery session on Monday – amongst other commitments for Captain Paul Gallen – the Sharks came together as one on Tuesday, as attentions turned to the Qualifying Final.

WATCH: Gallen says Sharks won’t be overawed by a hostile Canberra crowd.

The Sharks took to the field for their first session of the Finals, training strongly and looking upbeat heading into what promises to be a big weekend.

Sharks halves James Maloney and Chad Townsend spoke with the media following the run, with Maloney urging his men to take their game to another level now into the ‘business’ end of the season.

WATCH: Maloney says Sharks won’t be out to make ‘miracle plays’ against the Raiders

Chris Heighington also fronted the media and spoke of his pending return to action this weekend following a concussion versus the Storm last Saturday.

Stay tuned to on Wednesday to see the full press conferences with Heighington and Townsend.

WATCH: See injury updates on Heighington, Joseph Paulo, Sam Tagataese and Ricky Leutele.

Heighington was this afternoon named in Flanagan’s side to take on the Raiders, so too was Ricky Leutele who will make a return to action following an injury lay off.

Click HERE to see the Sharks NRL team named to take on the Raiders.

In news out of the Raiders’ camp, Jack Wighton will front the NRL Judiciary tonight looking to escape a charge that will see him miss this weekend’s match with the Sharks.

Despite facing up to a 4-game suspension, Wighton was named in the Canberra side to take on the Sharks, alongside a returning Junior Paulo who has overcome a back complaint.

Click HERE to see the Raiders NRL team named to take on the Sharks.

STAY TUNED: will have the news as it breaks from the Judiciary tonight.

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