Pre-season training, the new players at the club, the progress some of the young guns are making and whether they believe 2018 will be Paul Gallen’s last in the NRL, were just some of the topics covered off by Luke Lewis and Wade Graham on the Fox League NRL 360 program earlier this week.
The two stars joined co-hosts Ben Ikin and Paul Kent for a comprehensive look at how the Sharks are tracking ahead of the 2018 NRL season.
Lewis was quick to praise the work of Sharks Physical Performance Manager Andrew Gray in having the squad fit and firing, the pair spoke in glowing terms of the impact Josh Dugan was having during pre-season, while at the same time expressing their excitement in having the chance to play alongside Matt Moylan.
They both agreed skipper Gallen was training the house down and it wouldn’t surprise if his career extended beyond 2018, with Lewis anointing Graham as the man to take over the captains role when it becomes available.
Then on the Sharks prospects for 2018, Lewis added; “I’m super excited. Everyone gets along and we’ve got the perfect mix. I’d be disappointed if we didn’t make the top four,” he said.
See what Lewis and Graham had to say on NRL 360, now playing on Sharks TV courtesy of Fox League.