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Sharks fans, it's time for you to have your say!

The effort from the boys certainly couldn't be faulted, the Storm needing a late penalty goal to seal the result in seeing the Sharks suffer a second narrow defeat to start their 2020 season.

Sharks coach John Morris, while disappointed with the loss, was full of praise for the youngsters in his team who more than held their own against the highly-rated Melbourne side.

Will Kennedy at the back showed he is certainly up to the challenge of the NRL, as did hooker Blayke Brailey who matched his opposite in Cameron Smith and gave every indication he will be an asset in the weeks and months ahead.

In the forwards Aaron Woods and Toby Rudolf took it up the Storm pack with physical performances in the middle, while Andrew Fifita was almost back to his best with a barnstorming first stint.

But our opinion doesn't matter, it's over to you! Who do you think our best on field was in the second round clash against the Storm?

Vote below.

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