Following three consecutive losses the Jersey Flegg Sharks have bounced back in style, scoring nine tries in a 48-12 rout of the North Sydney Bears in their round 18 match.
The Sharks were well on top early, scoring the first five tries of the game before taking a 26-6 lead to half time, with the Dave Howlett-coached side going on the with the job in the second period.
It was a welcome return to form for the Sharks who showed glimpses of their best despite narrowly going down to ladder-leaders Newcastle at their last start.
The under-20 Sharks were on the board early when Luke Polselli crossed in the 10th minute and three more tries in quick succession had the Cronulla boys well on top.
The Bears managed one try before half time but the damage had been done, with the Sharks taking a handy 20-point lead to the break.
While North Sydney were first to score in the second 40 minutes the rest of the game was all the Sharks, Braydon Trindall notching a try-scoping double to go with six successful conversions in a personal tally of 20 points.
With the win the Sharks consolidated third place on the Flegg ladder, equal on points with Panthers and four behind the Knights.
Braydon Trindall 2, Jayden Millard 2, Luke Polselli 2, Cruz Topai-Avea, Vito Tevaga, Chris Tupou tries, Trindall 6 goals
NORTH SYDNEY 12