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HNWP Team List - Sharks v Saints

It will be a short turnaround for the Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership Sharks who face the St Mary’s Saints in a round 14 match on Saturday.

The Sharks continued their roll into the upcoming competition finals with a win over Wentworthville on Monday night and will be keen to maintain their momentum against a team desperate for an upset win to keep their playoff hopes alive.

While perhaps not their most polished performance of the 2021 season, the Sharks got the job done at the NSWRL Centre of Excellence last night in registering a seven tries to one victory for what was their eighth win in nine games this season.

In their game against Saints, the Sharks will be looking for the HNWP leading point scorer in Maddi Studdon, the Cronulla half having scored 102 points, made up from 45 goals and three tries, to again lead her team around the field on Saturday afternoon.

Another Sharks name high on the statistical lists is that of back rower Talei Holmes, with her 12 tries second only to Australian, NSW and Helensburgh Tigers star Jess Sergis.

The Sharks and Saints match is scheduled for a 1pm kick off at PointsBet Stadium on Saturday. See the Sharks team listed below.

HNWP Team List – Round 14
Sharks v Saints
Saturday, June 12
PointsBet Stadium
Kick-off – 1.00pm

1              Tiana Penitani

2              Tayla Preston

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           Tegan Dymock

18           Jae Withers


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.