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HNWP Team List – Round 8

The Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership Sharks will look to continue their unbeaten run when they play the Rabbitohs on Saturday in a round eight clash.

The Sharks will be rested and refreshed after a week off due to the bye as they aim for a fifth consecutive win to start their 2021 season.

Sitting in first place on the competition ladder, second behind the Central Coast Roosters on differential, the Sharks face a Souths team that has yet to post a victory in their four games to date.

The Sharks and Souths have already met once this season, with the Cronulla girls recording a comfortable 54-6 victory back in round two.

While the Sharks team reports no significant changes, there is one new name included in this week's team list. In jersey six and captain will be Corban Baxter, the former Corban McGregor marrying partner Matt last weekend. 

The HNWP match between the Sharks and Rabbitohs is scheduled to get underway at 1.00m at PointsBet Stadium with a Jersey Flegg game matching the same two teams to follow at 3.00pm.

The Sharks HNWP team for the round eight match is listed below.


HNWP Round 8 – Team List
Sharks v Souths
Saturday, May 1
PointsBet Stadium
Kick-off – 1.00pm

1              Tiana Penitani

2              Lynda-Maree Howarth

3              Leianne Tufuga

4              Kiana Takairangi

5              Andie Robinson

6              Corban Baxter ©

7              Maddie Studdon

8              Crystal Papalii

9              Quincy Dodd

10           Kennedy Cherrington

11           Talei Holmes

12           Georgia Page

13           Kaarla Cowan


14           Lavinia Taukamo

15           Rosaline Aumale

16           Natasha Penitani

17           Shae Muhleisen

18           Mardi Longford

19           Ariel George


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.