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Jersey Flegg Team List – Round 6

A second half trouncing of the Wests Tigers on Sunday has the Jersey Flegg Sharks with a bounce in their step ahead of their round six clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

After what could be best described as a clunky first half, the Flegg Sharks clicked into gear in the second period, turning a 6-4 lead at the break into a 38-4 thumping of the Tigers as they improved their position on the table with a third win (plus one draw) from five matches so far this year.

The Sharks forward pack dominated their opponents after half time, making room for the likes of fiv eighth Manaia Waitere and the outside backs to complete the demolition job on the Tigers, with the Cronulla side now sitting in second position on the Flegg ladder.

Understandably the Sharks have limited the changes to their team to face Souths, with Jack Martin earning a promotion to the NSW Cup and local product Alec Brennan replacing him in the starting side in the front row in one of the few alterations to the line up.

The Sharks at Souths Jersey Flegg match is scheduled for an 11am kick-off at Erskinville Oval on Saturday. See the Sharks team listed below.

Jersey Flegg – Team List
Round 6
Sharks v Rabbitohs
Saturday, April 16
Erskinville Oval
Kick-off – 11am
1            Kane Ball

2            Thomas Rodwell

3            Trentham Peterson

4            Noah Lester

5            Samuel Stonestreet

6            Manaia Waitere

7            Ryan Rivett

8            Alec Brennan

9            Samuel Healey

10          Rhys Dakin

11          Joshua Finau

12          Toby Boothroyd

13          Blake Hosking

Interchange

14          Zane Jegers

15          Marco Talagi

16          Tom Crossle

17          Tully Wilton

18          Ryan Dodson

19          Cody Fuz

20          Toataua Porima

21          Thomas DeMeio

22          Douglas Levi


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Acknowledgement of Country

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