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NRL Team List - Sharks v Raiders

Two of the NRL’s in-form teams meet on Thursday night with the Sharks travelling to Canberra to tackle the Raiders.

Both teams are coming off impressive last start wins, with the Sharks dominant for an hour of their match against the Eels before clocking off somewhat late in the contest and the Raiders scoring a 28-0 win over the Wests Tigers.

In the end run however the Sharks still ran out convincing 42-22 winners in their game with the Eels and head to Canberra ready for the challenge the Raiders will present.

Sharks coach John Morris has brought State of Origin centre Josh Morris back into his team to play the Raiders, with Josh Dugan moving to the wing and Aaron Gray to the extended reserves bench.

Jayden Brailey will also miss the game at GIO Stadium, with the hooker to be replaced by younger brother Blayke in the only other change to the Sharks side.

Kurt Capewell has retained his starting position in jersey 12, with Wade Graham, in his second game back after a nine-month injury layoff, selected to begin the match on the bench.

Shaun Johnson, out since injuring his hamstring in Brisbane in round seven, is another big name to be included on the extended reserves list.

The Sharks travel to Canberra on Wednesday ahead of their game on Thursday night which is scheduled for a 7.50pm kick-off at GIO Stadium.

The Sharks 21-man squad is listed below.


NRL Team List – Round 14
Sharks v Raiders
Thursday, June 13
GIO Stadium
Kick-off – 7.50pm

1. Matt Moylan

2. Sosaia Feki

3. Bronson Xerri

4. Josh Morris

5. Josh Dugan

6. Kyle Flanagan

7. Chad Townsend

8. Andrew Fifita

9. Blayke Brailey

10. Matt Prior

11. Briton Nikora

12. Kurt Capewell

13. Paul Gallen (c)


14. Wade Graham

15. Jayson Bukuya

16. Jack Williams

17. Braden Hamlin-Uele

18. Aaron Gray

19. Scott Sorenson

20. Billy Magoulias

21. Shaun Johnson

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.