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HNWP Team List – Round 5

After stumbling with a round three loss to St Mary’s, the Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership Sharks bounced back with a solid 26-0 victory over Wentworthville last weekend.

After opening the year with two wins before the St Mary’s setback, the five tries to nil triumph over the Magpies has the Sharks on track and heading into a game against the Wests Tigers on Monday night with renewed confidence.

The Sharks took a 12-0 lead into half time against Wenty in a match played at PointsBet Stadium on Saturday, then went on with the job in the second period, two Zali Fay tries late in the contest sealing the result.

The win, the Sharks third, sees them sitting in second position on the competition table through the opening four rounds.

Their opponents on Monday night in the Tigers were soundly beaten 22-4 by Mounties in round four and will be looking for a change of fortune when they face the Sharks at the NSWRL Centre of Excellence.

The Tigers are fifth, following two wins and losses to start their season.

Kick-off to the match on Monday is at 7pm, with the NSWRL to stream the contest through their Facebook page.

HNWP – Team List
Round 5
Sharks v Tigers
Monday, May 30
NSWRL Centre of Excellence, Homebush
Kick-off – 7.00pm
1.           Sammy Bremner

2.           Zali Fay

3.           Leianne Tufuga

4.           Andie Robinson

5.           Ella Barker

6.           Corban Baxter

7.           Maddie Studdon

8.           Teagan Dymock

9.           Quincy Dodd

10.         Holli Wheeler

11.         Monalisa Soliola

12.         Talei Holmes

13.         Brooke Anderson


14.         Zali Hopkins

15.         Tayla Curtis

16.         Keeley Kopara

17.         Rueben Cherrington

18.         Ally Weir

Sharks 26
Zali Fay 2, Leianne Fiaoo, Brook Anderson, Sam Bremner tries, Maddie Studdon 3 goals 
Wenty 0 

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.