The Harvey Norman Women's Premiership Sharks have continued their impressive start to the 2021 season with a shut out of the South Sydney Rabbitohs at PointsBet Stadium on Saturday.
The Sharks managed six tries in a 34-0 triumph, hooker Quincy Dodd notching a hat trick in a player of the match performance, however it was the defensive effort in keep their opponents scoreless that was even more pleasing to coach Tony Herman and his team.
The win, the fifth from five games this year, has seen the Sharks climb to the top of the HNWP ladder, ahead of the also unbeaten Central Coast Roosters on for-and-against.
Hooker Dodd notched the opening two tries for the Sharks, hard-working forward Kaala Cowan her team's third, and when Maddie Studdon was a perfect three from three with the boot, the Cronulla girls were ahead 18-0 at the break.
Three more second half tries would then seal the Sharks win to confirm their status as one of the teams to beat in the NSWRL Women's competition in 2021.
The next assignment for the Sharks is a game against Cabramatta, scheduled for a 1.00pm kickoff at PointsBet Stadium on Saturday.
Quincy Dodd 3, Kaala Cowan, Talei Holmes, Leianne Tufuga tries, Maddie Studdon 5 goals