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Cameron McInnes comes with a reputation for his dedication, a relentless work ethic and leadership ability that makes him a vital addition to the Sharks ranks in 2022.

Originally from Botany and a junior Rabbitoh, a former Dragons skipper and Player of the Year, a member of an extended NSW Origin squad in 2020 and with the versatility to play a running role at lock or at dummy half if the situation requires, McInnes was one of the Sharks major player purchases for the season ahead.

A knee injury at the start of 2021 was a setback, however the 27-year-old has left no stone unturned with his rehab and recovery and following a full pre-season McInnes expects to be fit and firing come round one next year.

With 130 NRL games under his belt, McInnes having debuted for Souths in 2014, before making the switch to St George Illawarra in 2017 where he quickly became a fan favourite, Sharks members and supporters are likely to similarly embrace the hard working forward.

McInnes sat down with Sharks Media to trace his journey, one that has seen him land at the Cronulla Club, where he hopes to be a major contributor to the team’s success over the next few seasons.

Watch in the video player above.