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Matthews Cup Team List – Grand Final

It was a win built on a courageous second half defensive effort as the Sharks held off the Sydney Roosters to book their place in the Matthews Cup Grand Final.

Reduced to 12-players for the 10 of the last 11 minutes of the match, the Sharks showed great resolve to maintain their two-point advantage and claim the 14-12 win, setting up a clash with the Western Suburbs Magpies to decide the 2022 NSW Under-17 champions.

The Magpies, who finished as minor premiers, qualified for the Grand Final with an overtime victory over the Canberra Raiders.

The Sharks were fourth after the regular season, before wins over the Eels and Roosters to qualify for a Grand Final match-up scheduled for Saturday at CommBank Stadium in Parramatta.

The game is set to kick off at 12.45pm as the second of three junior rep Grand Finals at CommBank, with the Tarsha Gale Cup match at 11am, followed by the SG Ball decider at 2.30pm.

See below the Sharks team list

Matthews Cup Team List
Grand Final
Sharks v Magpies
Saturday, April 30
CommBank Stadium
Kick-off – 12.45pm

1            Chevy Stewart ©

2            Kurt Montgomery

3            Albert Litisoni

4            Richard Whalebone

5            Tanner Featherstone

6            Ashton Simmonds

7            Bryce Sait

8            Lachlan Araullo

9            Blake Woodger

10          Jai Davies

11          Joshua Sidoti

12          Max McCarthy

13          Alex Challenor

14          Lochi McMartin-Catlett

15          Charnze Enoka

16          Alex McFadden

17          Lama Afu

18          Jayze Tuigamala

19          Villiami Hikila

20          Jasper Catton

21          Chris Christodoulou

22          Nicholas Pantelis

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.