THE Cronulla Sharks have grafted out an 18-10 win over the Penrith Panthers at a rain-soaked Toyota Stadium tonight. The victory however, may have come at high price...
THEY still average only 15 points a game, but Cronulla are starting to believe they can be one of the NRL's attacking forces in 2008.
CRONULLA captain Paul Gallen has vowed to clean up his game after fearing he'd lost his greatest honour in rugby league.
CRONULLA coach Ricky Stuart says reports his NRL club is trying to off-load halfback Brett Kimmorley and prop Ben Ross are purely speculation.
TEST forward Anthony Tupou has reportedly stitched up a deal to play with the Cronulla Sharks next NRL season.
IT'S the type of farewell bash not many get to enjoy, but Cronulla's Lance Thompson doesn't want to get too worked up about his NRL finale.
VETERAN backrower Lance Thompson is expected to announce his retirement from the NRL.
CRONULLA will not fine suspended forwards Ben Ross and captain Paul Gallen, a Sharks board meeting has decided.
CRONULLA fans have reason to smile, their club is running equal top of the NRL table and many believe the Sharks are yet to play their best football.
CRONULLA coach Ricky Stuart says Paul Gallen's captaincy of the NRL club was never in question despite a three-week ban.