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Jersey Flegg Team List - Sharks v Warriors

After two weeks off due to the competition taking a mid-season break, the Jersey Flegg Sharks are back in action on Saturday when they take on the New Zealand Warriors in a round 12 match.

Sitting on top of the competition ladder, the Sharks will be intent on building on their impressive start to the 2019 season in the match scheduled for a 10.45am kick off at Henson Park.

The under-20 Sharks have recorded seven wins and just one loss in their eight matches to date, with their opponents this week sitting ninth and desperate for a victory to remain in the race for a finals berth.

Despite the fact a handful of Flegg-eligible players will turn out for the Newtown Jets in the Canterbury Cup on Saturday, Sharks coach Daniel Holdsworth has still named a team with plenty of talent and experience.

Cruz Topai-Aveai returns from Newtown, while hooker Isaac Longmuir is back after missing the past couple of matches with a quad strain.

The Sharks v Warriors Flegg match is scheduled as the curtain-raiser to the Jets v Warriors Canterbury Cup match, with Flegg getting underway at 10.45am, followed by the senior match at 1.00pm.

The Sharks team is listed below;

Jersey Flegg Team List – Round 12
Sharks v Warriors
Saturday, June 1
Henson Park
Kick-off – 10.45am

1              Jonaiah Lualua

2              Jonah Ngaronoa

3              Jensen Taumoepeau

4              Vito Tevaga

5              Josh Delailoa

6              Jayden Millard

7              Angus Ernst

8              Tom Hazelton

9              Isaac Longmuir

10           Monty Raper ©

11           Tom Caughlan

12           Jack Boyling

13           Fine Kula

Interchange

14           Connor Luhan

15           Cruz Topai-Aveai

16           Jackson Stewart

17           Lachlan Scarpelli

21           Jangala Bennet

23           James Russell

 

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.