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It has been an exciting ride for Josh Morris.

The son of Dragons legend Steve 'Slippery' Morris and twin brother of fellow international Brett Morris, has played 263 NRL games, six Tests matches in the green and gold, 14 games for NSW, made three appearances for Country and has been three times an NRL All Star.

It has been quite a journey for the former Kiama Knights junior, one which has taken him from the Dragons, to the Bulldogs and now to the Sharks.

And while even he would admit the end of that journey is closer than the start, it's far from over for Morris with his career to now take an interesting twist at the Sharks in 2019-20.

In his first media interview on arriving at pre-season training, as a Dragons junior Morris admitted he never envisaged playing for the Sharks, but in the same breath he was excited to accept the challenge.

Bulldogs, Dragons, bring them all on in 2019 was his mantra. With the Sharks missing two centres, three outside backs in all from 2018,

Morris becomes the readymade replacement and someone to fill the void in adding experience and class. While ready to have an impact on the field, Morris will also take on a secondary role, that being to bring to the table his knowledge, attitude, commitment to training and the lessons learned over his 11-year NRL career, to the assistance of the Sharks stable of young backline up-and-comers.

Bronson Xerri, Sione Katoa, Aaron Gray, Jackson Ferris and others are set to be the beneficiaries of his footballing words of wisdom.

Sharks media invited Morris into the studio and put him under the spotlight for this latest instalment in the 'under the surface' series, asking him a few fun questions as we get to know your 2019 Sharks NRL squad.

Acknowledgement of Country

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