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Jersey Flegg Team List – Round 2

It was a heartbreaking way to start their 2020 campaign, the Jersey Flegg Sharks beaten by a penalty goal after the full time siren by Souths in their round one clash.

The Sharks had levelled the scores with a Franklin Pele try, only for the last-minute indiscretion to deny them what would have been at least a draw against the 2019 NSWRL under-20’s premiers.

The Rabbitohs beat the Sharks 32-30 in the match played at Metricon High Performance Centre (Redfern Oval).

Two dubious try calls, one which went against the Sharks and another in favour of the Rabbitohs also made it an afternoon to forget, however the young Cronulla side have an opportunity to bounce back when they host the Victorian Thunderbolts in round two.

Originally scheduled as the curtain-raiser to the Sharks v Storm NRL match, the venue and time for the Flegg game was still being finalised, the current situation facing the game forcing the ground change.

NRL matches this weekend will be played in closed stadiums with all curtain-raisers originally scheduled as the preliminary games either moved or rescheduled.

For the Sharks, Pele, who trained with the NRL squad throughout the summer, was a power of strength in the loss to Souths, with coach Daniel Holdsworth hoping for more of the same this weekend against the Thunderbolts.

The Sharks team is listed below.


1              Jonaiah Lualua

2              Eliah Veikoso

3              James Coyne

4              Vito Tevaga

5              Marco Talagi

6              Kai Broadhurst

7              Angus Ernst

8              Franklin Pele

9              Isaac Longmuir

10           Jesse Colquhoun

11           Kai Parker

12           Jack Boyling ©

13           Damon Smith


14           Thomas Giles

15           Elijah Ieriko

16           Nic Barlow

17           Rhys Dakin

18           Kyle Pickering

19           Zane Jegers

20           Kane Ball 

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.