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In showing their big first up win was no fluke the Sharks Tarsha Gale team have scored a comprehensive 46-4 victory over Souths in their round three match at Southern Cross Group Stadium on Saturday.

After registering a 38-0 win over the Sydney Indigenous team the week prior, the young Sharks girls picked up where they left off, scoring on their first possession against the Rabbitohs and going on with the job from that point on.

In all the Under-18 Sharks women scored nine tries, including five in the first 10 minutes of the match, with three players in Elly Hazelton, Georgia Healey and Tayla Preston crossing for doubles.

Preston and Quincey Dodd were amongst the Sharks best on the day, however it was another complete team performance from the Cronulla squad.

While the Sharks have kept the scoreboard operators extremely busy with some enterprising attacking play in their wins so far, it may be their defence which has impressed the most as in two games they have conceded just one try.

The next assignment for the Tarsha Gale Sharks is a match against the Tigers at Campbelltown on Saturday. Kick off to that game is scheduled for 11am.

Sharks 46
Elly HAZELTON 2, Georgia HEALEY 2, Tayla PRESTON 2, Olivia QUINN, Quincy DODD, Sophie BULLER, Georgia HEALEY tries, Tayla Preston 2, Georgia Healey 2, Sophie Butler goals
Shae HAMPSON try

For a photo gallery from the Sharks v Souths Tarsha Cup match, courtesy of, CLICK HERE

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