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CRONULLA JUNIOR RUGBY LEAGUE NEWS
|SHARKS JUNIORS GET IT ON
Yesterday the Cronulla Sharks train on squads u16 and u18 played trial games against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in trial matches to give everyone some time on the paddock
The Sharks u20 also played a trail game against the Newcastle Knights
|JUNIOR REP TRIALS THIS SATURDAY
It's all on again, the Cronulla Sharks Junior Reps summer train on squads play a trail game against the South Sydney Rabbitoh's tomorrow at Shark Park
Harold Matthews Cup kicks off at : 9:30 AM
SH Ball Cup kicks off at 11:00 am ish
SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS SG BALL SUMMER SQUAD
|THE 2013 SG BALL TRAIN-ON SQUAD
Galu JR Leota-Fuimaono
Harrison Balding Price
Coach - Dave Howlett
Assistant Coach - Kevin Farquhar
Assistant Coach - Darren Quince
Manager - Jason Byrne
Strength Coach - Matt Jay
Medical - Paul Leary
Conditioning Coach - Steve Kelly
SOUTH SYDNEY RABBITOHS HM SUMMER SQUAD
|THE 2013 MATTHEWS CUP TRAIN-ON SQUAD:
Livingstone JNR Auelua
Coach: Darren Cappovilla
Assistant Coach: Glenn Brailey
Team Manager: Michael Carayannis
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach: TBC
Medical Trainer: Luke Wheeldon
Assistant Strength & Conditioning: Sam Bird
Game Day Manager: Darryn Horton
Head Trainer – Junior Reps: Steve Kelly
| SHARKS SG BALL ON FIRE
THe Cronulla Sharks returned to the winners circle this week after last weeks disappointing loss to the old enemy the St. George Dragons.
This weeks round 6 game against the North Sydney Bears the Sharks got to spread the ball and play some good footy.
The Bears didnt have much to stop the onslaught when the dave Howlett coached Sharks wacked up 52 points, to the Bears credit they took their limited opportunities and but on 10 points of their own to make the score semi reasonable.
This week the Sharks Junior reps face the might of the Penrith Panthers at home again
CRONULLA CARINGBAH FOOTY CLUB COACHES WANTED
|Cronulla Caringbah's Michael Lichaa watches the Sharks SG Ball smack the Bears (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
The Club is in need of coaches for the U7, U8 and U11 age groups.
If you're interested in applying please contact Ross Giles directly on 0407 662 446 or via email at email@example.com
|SHARKS JUNIOR REPS TRAILS
The Cronulla Sutherland Sharks Junior Rep team are playing trial games against the Canberra Raiders this Saturday the 10 th Dec at Shark Park
Matthews Cup kick off at : Harold Matthews – 2:30pm &
SG Ball @ 4:30pm
Lets hope the rain stays away go we can watch our local junior turn it on for a place in next years junior rep team
| SAINTS MAKE IT 3 FROM 3
St. Helens footy club Academy have won all 3 games so far on their Tour Down Under beating the Cronulla Sharks Academy u17s in very good game of rugby league in stinking hot conditions on Sunday afternoon at Forshaw Park, Sylvania Waters.
Its now up to the Penrith Panthers next Saturday to restore some Aussie pride against this very well coached side :-)
| SHARKS 17’S TO TACKLE ST HELENS
The Sharks under 17’s Academy squad will take on the powerful touring St Helens Academy team in a match to be played this Sunday.
The young Sharks, most of who will go on to represent the club in the SG Ball competition in 2012, will face a formidable challenge against a St Helens team which boasts five England Academy Squad players.
The St Helens Academy, which makes regular visits to Australian shores as a part of their development program, has already played and soundly beaten the Wests Juniors so far on their 2011 tour and were scheduled to play the Central Coast prior to the Sharks match on Sunday.
St Helens in fact have an outstanding record from previous tours, having lost just one match on their previous three visits, that loss coincidently coming at the hands of the Sharks back in 2009.
In a testimony to the strength of their academy program, in one match during the UK Super League season in September, 15 of the 17 players in the St Helens first grade side came through the St Helens academy, with a 16th player having joined the club as an 18-year-old.
The Sharks however will present them with strong opposition, with the Cronulla club having high hopes for a number of the local players within the age group.
The match is scheduled for a 3.00pm kickoff on Sunday, October 23, at Forshaw Park at Sylvania Waters (Southern Districts Rugby), with a $5 adult entry fee to be charged. A canteen and bar will operate on the day.
|The Sharks 17’s Academy Team
||St. HELENS ACADEMY U17 SQUAD:
1 Sam Rauicava (Cronulla Caringbah)
2 Cameron Eyles (Aquinas)
3 Ryan Almond (Gymea)
4 Wade Nelson (De La Salle)
5 Josh Luani (Yarrawarrah)
6 Taylar Garrett (Aquinas)
7 Matthew Hood (De La Salle)
8 Clayton Williams (De La Salle)
9 Kurt Drysdale (Cronulla Caringbah)
10 Brock Cope (De La Salle)
11 Sage Wilder (Cronulla Caringbah)
12 Finlay Dibley (Cronulla Caringbah)
13 Jordan Bowles (De La Salle)
14 David Tavita (Aquinas)
15 Brandon Sweeney (Gymea)
16 Ben Chahoud (Cronulla Caringbah)
17 Blake Osgood (De La Salle)
(numbers are subject to change)
| HI TO RUGBY LEAGUE PLAYERS
Burraneer Bay Public School is having a massive school fair in two weeks (22nd October) and we have a live online auction.
We are lucky enough to have the two top football players donating there time to help raise money for the school.
I believe there would be a keen interest as Brett kimmorley and Aaron Raper have both donated themselves for auction as there children go to Burraneer Bay Public School.
WELCOME TO BURRANEER BAY PUBLIC SCHOOL – SILENT AUCTION
Think Christmas, birthdays and gifts.
There are some fantastic items up for grabs that will go very quickly, first in first served.
Here is your chance to ‘Early and Absentee Bid’ on the Silent Auction items.
Up to 80% discount on some of the buy it now items.
We also know extended family members and friends would enjoy a chance to bid on items. We want everyone to be able to win as many of these SILENT auction items as possible.
If you cannot attend the silent auction or know of someone who would enjoy bidding, you can win these special items by BIDDING NOW.
All online bids must be submitted by 7pmThursday, October 20th, 2011.
Remember to bid high, so that your bid might qualify as a winning bid.
Have fun looking at this “Official” catalog online of items that are NOW up for bidding.
WE ALL WISH THE AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS GOOD LUCK
Good luck to the Australian Schoolboys as they leave for 2 tests against the New Zealand Schoolboys on Thursday.
The Schoolboys had a training run with the Cronulla Sharks Academy at Shark Park on Wednesday arvo and looked fantastic under the expert coaching of Peter Denman and staff. The 1st Test is on Grand Final Sunday GIVE THEM HELL BOYZ!!
|GROUP 10 GET IT ON @ SHARK PARK
Group 10 have made the trip to the big smoke bringing four teams to play the Cronulla Sharks Academy at Shark Park for the annual challenge. Group 10 u18 minor Premiers CMYS Orange played the Sharks Academy u17's in what was a good day for footy with no rain, but the highlight of the day was the great big smiles on the faces of the Group 10 u13's as they ran on the famous Shark Park surface - more soon and PLENTY of GREAT ACTION PHOTO'S from ALL 5 GAMES
| Under 13's | Under 14's | Under 15's | Under 16's | Under 17's |
|NEW SHARKS ACADEMY SQUADS
Sharks Academy squads have been named with players invited to join the SATS program for Block 2 in the under 14's, 15's and 16-17's, with training starting tonight, Monday July 25.
Congratulations to those who have been selected. We sincerely apologise for the late notice and would would ask all players to assist in informing colleagues and teammates of this announcement.
As we have begun our preparations for the 2012 Junior Representative season, a bigger emphasis has been placed on the 17's and 15's age groups, and this is reflected in the numbers of players named. We are also mindful of the 2013 junior representative groups and the development of those squads, with additions to be made to these squads in the coming weeks.
Players not selected for SATS for Block 2 are reminded that we will select teams in the 13's, 14's, 15's and 17's age groups to play Group 10 on September 24. Player performances will be monitored and assessed for the remainder of the Junior League season in consideration for selection.
Training for SATS Block 2 will commence this Monday July 25, at Toyota Stadium. Sessions will run from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Training will be held tonight irrespective of the weather as a player information night and video session will be conducted.
If there is any doubt with regards to the weather in coming weeks, players should contact Sharks Leagues Club after 3pm on 9523 0222.
Players are asked to wear their Sharks training shirt, and this should be done over the top of a warmer garment if required. Please bring water bottle, towel, boots and running shoes, plus a notebook and change of clothes for travel home.
|CRONULLA JUNIOR LEAGUE
Due to the wet weather it has been decided to cancel all games for Saturday 23rd July.
These games will now be played on Saturday 30th July.
A decision for all games scheduled for Sunday will be made on Saturday.
For further info contact your Coach or Manager.
CRONULLA SHARKS TRIALS
|Cronulla Sharks 2011 Harold Matthew's Cup team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks 2011 SG Ball team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
The Cronulla Sharks are asking any players interested in playing for the Sharks Harold Matthews (U16s), SG Ball (U18s) or NYC (U20s) teams to nominate for a chance to play in the upcoming trials.
The Sharks have a strong junior base with the Under 20s currently sitting in the Top 4 of the Toyota Cup and the SG Ball team just loosing in the Semis to eventual Premiers, the Newcastle Knights in this year's SG Ball Competition.
This is also on the back of local products Stewart Mills and Chad Townsend making their NRL debuts this season as well.
Trials are on the following dates:
- Harold Matthew & SG Ball - Saturday 17th September
For a nomination form or more information please email TYRONE - firstname.lastname@example.org (not ourfootyteam)
- NYC Trial - Saturday 1st October
| SHARKS ACADEMY TEAMS IMPROVE AGAINST SOUTHS
Story & Photo's By :
Once again the local Cronulla juniors have put on a great display of junior rugby league on Wednesday when the visiting South Sydney Rabbitoh's turned up for the annual development clash at Shark Park.
SHARKS ACADEMY SUCCESSFUL AGAINST SOUTHS
Story By : Rob WILLIS - Cronulla SHARKS
The Sharks scored three wins in their four matches against Souths in matches played in under 13’s, 14’s, 15’s and 17’s at Toyota Stadium.
In starting the day in a successful fashion the under-13 Sharks outclassed the Junior Bunnies in winning by 32-12. The young Sharks started strongly with two tries almost before Souths had touched the ball and went on with the job in the remainder of the match in what was an impressive display.
For the Sharks Dylan Xerri, who also crossed for two tries, was awarded best back, while Dean Tatsis picked up the best forward award. Others to excel for the Sharks were front rower James Weyland and halfback Kyle Flanagan.
In the 14’s it was a case of two halves, with the Sharks crossing for two first stanza tries to lead 8-0, before the match turned around in the second 25 minute period as the Junior Bunnies took control, running in six tries to win 24-12.
Jake Piggott was solid at fullback for the Sharks, claiming the best back accolade, while Jordan Collins got through a mountain of defense to earn best forward.
In the 15’s it was a consistent effort from the Sharks which saw them take out their clash with Souths by a 20-8 scoreline.
Ahead 16-0 at the break the Sharks faced a more committed Souths team in the second half but were good enough to hold on and claim a solid win.
Hooker Jayden Brailey was outstanding for the Sharks, getting through a power of work and winning best forward for his efforts, while fullback Scott Allen was deservedly named best back. Special mention should also be made of Josh Kedwell who performed strongly in the centres his first game in Sharks colours, with Cameron Burgess playing with plenty of aggression in the forwards.
In the 17’s Souths faced a red-hot Sharks side and could do little to stop a first half onslaught which saw them race away to a 28-0 lead. Souths battled back somewhat in the second half but left themselves with too much work to do as the Sharks ran out winners by 36-8.
Sam Rauicava at fullback and Jordan Bowles at lock were amongst the Sharks best.
The Sharks Academy operates under the guidance of Alan Wilson, while David Byrnes, Glenn Brailey, Joel Allen and Darren Quince were coaches of the respective age groups on the day.
Dylan Xerri 2, Dean Tatsis 2, Joel Almond, Luke Chivers, Matt Baker, James Weyland tries
Luke Egan, Daniel Vasquez, Jye Challenor tries
Ryan Cummins, Josh Kedwell, Scott Allen, Patrick Hasson, Seaso Sauvao tries|
Dean Spanos 3, Matthew Hood 2, Sam Rauicava, Kurt Dyrsdale, Jordan Bowles, Daniel Byrne tries
|Cronulla Sharks U13's Academy Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks U14's Academy with the Junior Rabbitoh's Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||Cronulla Sharks U14's Academy Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|South Sydney Rabbitoh's U14 Junior Bunnies team
( Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||Cronulla Sharks U15's Academy with the Junior Rabbitoh's Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks U15's Academy Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||South Sydney Rabbitoh's U15 Junior Bunnies team ( Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks U17's Academy with the Junior Rabbitoh's Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||South Sydney Rabbitoh's U17 Junior Bunnies team ( Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks U17's Academy Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
SHARKS ACADEMY TAKE ON JUNIOR BUNNIES
|Cronulla Sharks Academy Under 17's Team Photo (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
THis Wednesday the 6th of July the Cronulla Sharks 4 academy squads take on the South Sydney Bunnies in four games of junior rugby league at Shark Park.
The Sharks Academy players recently played the Canterbury Bulldogs and suprised the visitors by winning 3 of the 4 games and a draw to keep the slate clean for 2011.
Just like the Bulldogs Academy teams, Souths will turn up prepared for the fast & skillfull Sharkies teams and Sharks Co-ordinator Alan Wilson is confident of another good performance by the local Shaire boyz.
So come on down to Shark Park this school holidays to watch the cream of southern Sydney's youth in what promises to be an entertaining day of footyball.
The Under 13's v South Sydney game kicks off at 9:00 AM, followed by the under 14's at 10, the under 15's at 11:15 and next years SG Ball, the under 17's kick off at 12:45 - C Ya's there
SHARKS CELEBTATE JUNIOR REP SEASON
|Stewart Mills & Chad Townsend with Sharks Junior Rep Player of the YEAR Tokerau RARU (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|CHECK OUT THE FOTO'S
The Cronulla Sharks Junior Reps family gathered at Sharkies Leagues Club for the annual Junior Rep awards.
HAROLD MATTHEWS CUP
COACHES AWARD : Tom JOHNSTON
PLAYER of the YEAR : Harry VANDERHART
MUCH MORE TOMOZ
COACHES AWARD : Tokerau RARU
PLAYER of the YEAR : Tokerau RARU
NYC SHARKS INTO TOP FOUR
|Man of the Match Dane MALONE at training earlier this year (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
The Cronulla Sharks have moved into the NYC top-four courtesy of a hard-fought 28-16 victory over the Gold Coast Titans at Skilled Park on Saturday.
Following their squandering of a 20-0 lead after 26 minutes last week against the Bulldogs, it was imperative the Sharks held their nerve after skipping out to a 10-0 advantage during the first half of this match.
The lowly Titans certainly did their best to emulate the Dogs of last week, posting a try five minutes before the break and the first two after the resumption to assume a shock 16-10 lead midway through the second stanza.
But the young Sharks were determined not to let another one slip, with winger Luke Pickerd, prop Teni Waipouri and man-of-the-match Dane Malone all scoring in the final 15 minutes to give the visitors a comfortable victory in the final analysis.
It was a pretty even affair in the early exchanges, but a clever inside pass by half-back Penani Manumalealii saw Malone crash over for the first of his two tries to open the scoring for the Sharks in the 16th minute.
Five-eighth Jake Walsh slotted the simple conversion to give Cronulla a 6-0 lead.
A few minutes later the Titans were desperately unlucky not to have been awarded a penalty try.
A bomb was allowed to bounce by Sharks full-back Nesiasi Mataitonga, giving Titans winger Mitch Ardler a seemingly clear shot a diving on the ball for a try, but he was dragged down from behind by opposite Pickerd, resulting only in a penalty against Cronulla.
The Sharks took advantage of their good fortune when lock Tyrone Peachey used a clever left-foot step on his way to a fine 20m solo try in the 23rd minute – his 10th four-pointer of the season.
Walsh's conversion attempt was pushed across the face, leaving the Sharks 10-0 up.
Cronulla suffered a massive blow on the half-hour when gun second-rower Tyson Frizell was forced from the field after suffering a shoulder injury in a thumping, but legal tackle by opposite number Jackson Springer.
Five minutes before the break the Titans posted their first points via an 80-metre try by winger Shaun Carney against the run of play.
They went into break 10-6 down before a huge bust down the left edge by winger Lausi'i Taliauli resulted in five-eighth Matthew Beddow sneaking over for a soft try in the 53rd minute to give the Titans a 12-10 lead following Carney's simple conversion.
Beddow was proving a handful for the Sharks' defence and he was over again in the 58th minute to open up a six-point lead for his team.
But Pickerd was not about to see his side let another game slip by, running a great line off a Manumalealii pass to score a 65th minute try to level the scores at 16-16.
The Sharks were well and truly back in business in the 70th minute when huge prop Teni Waipouri used his significant bulk to power over beside the posts and hand his side a six-point lead following Walsh's easy conversion.
Malone sealed the deal for the Sharks with a sneaky try under the sticks with five minutes to go.
The NYC Sharks have a perfect opportunity to seal their first ever Toyota Cup finals appearance over the next month, with three of their next four games at Toyota Stadium.
Cronulla Sharks 28
Gold Coast Titans 16
Tries : Malone 2, Peachey, Pickerd,Waipouri
Conversions : J. Walsh 4
Tries : Beddow 2, Carney
Conversions : Carney 2
|CRONULLA CARINGBAH DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION NIGHT
OUR CLUB - THE FUTURE
Don't forget, an information night has been organised for tonight, Tuesday, 21 June 2011 at 6:30pm in the for all Members to see first hand the plans for the future development of our Club site.
You will all have an opportunity to ask questions and get those little things you want to know answered.
Matt Crews from Parkview Developments & Ben Fairfax from Bluestone Property Solutions will be there to answer any of your questions.
We look forward to seeing as many of our Club members there, to help dispel any rumours and to help everyone know and understand what is happening.
Please contact Buzz on 0406 089 583 if you have any queries regarding the night.
|SHARKS SELECT ACADEMY TEAMS
The Sharks have selected academy teams in under 13’s, 14’s 15’s and 17’s to play South Sydney on July 6.
The teams, made up entirely of players identified from local Cronulla-Sutherland District junior league clubs, will come together for training from Monday, June 20.
Additional players may be added to the respective squads in the weeks leading up to the Souths games as a result of form or due to injury to selected players.
Training will run from 4.30pm to 6.30pm for under 13’s and 14’s and from 5.30pm to 7.30pm for the 15’s and 17’s and will be conducted on the back fields at Toyota Stadium. A player briefing will still take place on Monday in the advent of inclement weather.
Following the initial session on Monday, June 20, training will also be held on Monday June 27 and on Monday, July 4. Additional training may take place at times yet to be determined.
Players listed are asked to confirm their availability on or before Sunday June 19 by replying to the Sharks Academy by emailing email@example.com.
Selected players are also requested to report any injury concerns which may prohibit training in the coming weeks or playing on July 6.
The games begin with the under 13's kicking off at 9.00am on July 6 with the 14's at 10.00am, the 15's at 11.15am and the 17's at
Joel Almond – Gymea
Luke Chivers – De La Salle
Dylan Xerri – Aquinas
Ethan Whetu – De La Salle
Matt Baker – Aquinas
Blayke Brailey – Aquinas
Kyle Flanagan – Aquinas
Kurtis Smith – Gymea
Trey Brown – Aquinas
James Weyland – Engadine
Reece Burns – Aquinas
Dean Tatsis – Aquinas
Bailey Pengelly – Gymea
Ben Tsui – Gymea
Travis Adelerhof – Aquinas
Jordan Morris – Aquinas
Luke Farrell – Como
COACH : David Byrnes
|Tom Aquiliana - De La Salle
Luke Egan – Menai
Dylan Issa – Yarrawarrah
Jordan Ramirez – Gymea
Carter Quinn – De La Salle
Blake Kaukura – Gymea
Kamren Cryer – Aquinas
Blake Higgins – Yarrawarrah
Raymond Reyes – Yarrawarrah
Jack Williams – De La Salle
Daniel Vasquez – Yarrawarrah
Jye Challenor – Yarrawarrah
Brock Illett – Cronulla Caringbah
Jackson Garrett – Yarrawarrah
Zac Bouzounis – De La Salle
Terry Kelly – Cronulla Caringbah
Nick Hamilton – Gymea
Joel Wright – Gymea
Jarrod Whetu – De La Salle
Brandon Crutchett – Gymea
COACH : Glenn Brailey
|Scott Allen - Bosco
Cameron Scott - Yarrawarrah
Ryan Cummins – De La Salle
Jesse McPhee – De La Salle
Tyler McIlroy – De La Salle
Connor Tracey – De La Salle
Corey Willis – Gymea
Patrick Hasson – De La Salle
Jayden Brailey – Aquinas
Seaso Sauvao – De La Salle
Jayden Walker – De La Salle
Daniel Smithers – Bosco
Marcus Pappas – Yarrawarrah
Dylan Tupea – Yarrawarrah
Kennedy Stewart – Yarrawarrah
Sam Keast – Gymea
Josh Kedwell – Yarrawarrah
Hayden Mills – Bosco
COACH : Joel Allen
|Blake Osgood - De La Salle
Sam Rauicava – Cronulla Caringbah
Dean Spanos – De La Salle
Wade Nelson – De La Salle
Sage Wilder – Cronulla Caringbah
Alex Tracey – Gymea
Taylar Garrett – Aquinas
Matt Hood – De La Salle
Kurt Dillon – De La Salle
Kurt Drysdale – Cronulla Caringbah
Brandon Sweeney – Gymea
Brock Cope – De La Salle
Anthony Moraitis – Gymea
Jordan Bowles – De La Salle
David Tavita – Aquinas
Daniel Byrne – Aquinas
Shaun Lane – Cronulla Caringbah
Harry Vanderhart – Gymea
Ben Chahoud – Cronulla Caringbah
Clayton Williams – De La Salle
Levi McLean – Gymea
COACH : Darren Quince
|SHARKS JUNIORS GAMES CANCELLED SATURDAY 30 APRIL
Due to the wet weather all week it has been decided to cancell all games for SATURDAY 30 APRIL.
These games will now be played on Saturday 7 May
A decision for all games scheduled for Sunday 1 May will be made on Saturday and all club secretary's will be advised.
|2011 UNDER 17’S SATS (SHARKS ACADEMY TALENT SQUAD) PROGRAM FOR BLOCK 1
The Sharks Academy would like to announce players invited to join the 2011 (Sharks Academy Talent Squad) Program for Block 1.
The program will commence on Monday May 2 at Toyota Stadium from 5.30pm to 7.30pm, and run for 6 consecutive Monday nights.
This program will lead into the Sharks Academy playing against the South Sydney Junior Bunnies on Wednesday July 6.
A smaller squad has been invited but players will be added to the squad at any time as a result of performances in the Junior League Competition.
Invited players are asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org and accept or decline their invitation ASAP. Further information will be given upon receiving an email.
|2011 UNDER 17’S SATS (SHARKS ACADEMY TALENT SQUAD) PROGRAM FOR BLOCK 1
||Additional Players from the 2011 Harold Matthews team will be added in coming days.
SHARKS BASH RAIDERS TO MAKE FINALS
|Cronulla Sharks SG Ball after a good win against the Steelers (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|SG BALL ELINIMATION FINAL
1:30 PM @ Ausgrid Stadium, Newcastle
The Cronulla Sharks took the long road trip to the Nations Capital on Saturday for the second time this year to take on the in for Canberra Radiers in the final round of the NSWRL SG Ball Cup.
The Sharks needed to win this game to get back into the 8 to contest this years Finals.
The Sharks played like men possessed restricting the home side to a lone try and took the game out with fanatstic fast football.
Coach Dave Howlett will have the Sharkies primed for Saturday when they take to the road again as they drive up to Newcastle to battle the Knights who were very lucky to win on the bell earlier in the year.
The Sharks must win against the Knights as this weekend is an elmination Final to stay alive
Good luck to you all boyz, we will all be cheering you on.
The Harold Matthew's Cup team showed that they can play good footy by winning their final game of the year beating the Raider in a fine display of skillful junior rugby league - well done fella's!!
|BULLDOGS BITE SHARKS AND TAKE HOME POINTS
The Canterbury Bulldogs came to Sharks Park meaning business in round 7 of the NSWRL Junior Rep Competitions.
MATTY'S CUP RESULTS
SG BALL RESULTS
|CRONULLA JUNIORS KICK OF THIS WEEKEND
The Cronulla Junior League seaon finally kicks off with round 1 this weekend after a long summer
Good luck to YourFootyTeam from OurFootyTeam
WOOLOOWARE TOO CLASSY FOR SYLVANIA IN BUCKLEY
|Woolooware HS & Sylvania HS Buckley Shiels Team after the game (Photo's : OurFootyMedia)
Woolooware High School proved to Classy for a courageous Sylvania High School in today NSWCHS Buckley Shield match at Woolooware High.
Woolooware HS poured on 10 tries to nil in a one sided match that was postponed a couple weeks ago due to the rain.
Woolooware were to big and had too much class for Sylvania who to their credit tried and kept attacking right up to when Referee Cameron Paddy blew his full time whistle.
WOOLOOWARE HS - 52
TRIES : Lachie Mailey, Ethan Whetu 2, Asiah Ah-Chong, Chase McGreggor, Jacob Storey, Jesse May, Connor Newbitt-Hill, Bradd Wedders
GOALS : Bradd Wedders 6, Connor Newbitt-Hill
SYLVANIA HS - 0
TRIES : 0
GOALS : 0
HALF TIME : 32 - 0
Referee : Cameron Paddy
|SYLVANIA High School NSWCHS Buckley Shield Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||Woolooware High School NSWCHS Buckley Shield Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Woolooware High School & SYLVANIA High School NSWCHS Buckley Shield Team (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||Referee Referee Cameron Paddy did a fine job in the Buckley Shield game (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
JUNIOR SHARKS SHINE AGAINST BULLDOGS
|Cronulla Sharks Academy Under 14's Team Photo (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks Academy Under 15's Team Photo (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks Academy Under 17's Team Photo (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
In what was the culmination of the Sharks Summer Academy, teams in the 14’s, 15’s and 17’s faced off against the Canterbury Bulldogs with players showing the benefit of the intensive training program and at the same time giving an indication of their outstanding potential for the future.
The under-14’s, despite being considerably outsized by their opponents, used skill and commitment in scoring three tries to two against the Bulldogs in what was an extremely impressive performance.
At the conclusion of the match 14’s Academy coach Glenn Brailey singled out Jye Challenor and Jackson Garrett for special praise, however he also expressed his satisfaction with the display given by his entire playing group.
In the 15’s the result was reversed, with the Bulldogs crossing for three tries to the Sharks two, however after conceding the first three tries, fighting back with two four pointers of their own was an indication of the character of the Sharks side.
Marcus Pappas put in a man of the match performance for the Sharks, with his solid defence and strong charges with the football particularly pleasing to coach Chris Deiner. Ryan Cummins was busy in the backs, while Jayden Brailey tackled himself to a standstill at hooker.
While the first two games may have been dominated by defence, the 17’s Sharks let the ball do the work and reaped the benefits of their entertaining play in running in seven tries to two against the more highly fancied Canterbury side.
Instructed by coach Craig Holmes to use an obvious speed advantage, Taylar Garrett, playing centre and five eighth, and Jason Gray out on the wing, were amongst the Sharks to cause havoc with the Bulldogs defence, with the pair crossing for five of the Sharks seven tries.
In the forwards the likes of Brandon Sweeney, Brock Cope, Kurt Dillon and Daniel Byrne more than matched their opposites, while Kurt Drysdale was enterprising from dummy half.
The Sharks Summer Academy concluded with the Bulldogs games after 12 weeks of training both before and after the Christmas period.
All players and coaches were selected from local area clubs, with the Academy program to progress to Sharks Academy Talent Squads (SATS) for the winter period.
Players will be selected for those respective squads in the coming weeks.
|SHARKS ACADEMY 12
Nick Hamilton, Jordan Ramirez, Dylan Issa tries
|SHARKS ACADEMY 8
Dylan Tupaea, Corey Willis tries
|SHARKS ACADEMY 28
Jason Gray 3, Taylar Garrett 2, Sage Wilder, Daniel Byrne tries
SHARKS ACADEMY TAKE ON MIGHTY BULLDOGS
The Cronulla Sharks academy teams finally got in a game of footy yesterday after weeks of specialised coaching and all three teams from both clubs performing very well in front of 100's of excited parents, families and friends.
The young Sharks won 2 of the 3 games with the U17's looking good for next years SG Ball competition taking all the bark out of the Doggies win a convincing win.
U14's - SHARKS ACADEMY 12 - 8 BULLDOGS ACADEMY
U15's - SHARKS ACADEMY 8 - 12 BULLDOGS ACADEMY
U17's - SHARKS ACADEMY 28 - 8 BULLDOGS ACADEMY
SHARKS TOPPLE COMP LEADERS
In a brilliant display of team work the Cronulla Sharks SG Ball team earned 2 points against the previously undefeated Western Suburbs Magpies at Shark Park yesterday.
The Sharks forwards lead the way with Tooks having his best game of the season and everyone contributed
The Sharks Harold Matthew's Cup team were unlucky not to win their round 6 clash with the Magpies and after a great game of footy, went down by only 4 points
PLENTY OF GREAT ACTION PHOTO'S FROM ALL 5 GAMES YESTERDAY LATERZ TODAY (Sunday 27 March)
SHARKS TRAVEL TO BROOKIE TO ANNUAL SEAEAGLE CULL
|Cronulla Sharks SG Ball after last weeks good win against the Steelers (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
CHECK OUT THE ACTION
| MATTY'S CUP | SG BALL |
The Cronulla Sharks junior reps travel to emeny territory this Saturday to take on Manly.
The SG Ball are on fire after last weeks flogging of the Illawarra Steelers at Shark Park winning 32 - 12. The Sharks SG Ball are one of the better sides in this comp again this year and should bring home the 2 points from Brookie.
The Matthew's Cup side struggled last week against a talented Steelers outfit going down 12 - 42. The junior Sharks play real good footy for the 1st and last 10 minutes of each game and if they can just put 70 minutes of footy together, are not far from a few wins.
Next Saturday the 26 at Shark Park we see all the Cronulla juniors play with 5 games of footy starting with the Under 14 Sharks Academy team taking on the Bulldogs, this will be followed by the U15's & U17's Sharks Academy teams
Then the Mathews & SG Ball take on the might of the Western Suburbs Magpies with the SG Ball clash sure to be the match of the round when we take on competition leaders coached by local genius Jason Williams.
The Magpies SG Ball are with out question the standout team in the comp and will prove a real test for the Shire boys, if the Sharkies can play at their best they are a good chance to win this important game
So get down to Sharks Park next Saturday and support our local juniors.
|SHARKS ACADEMY ANNOUNCE TEAMS TO TACKLE THE BULLDOGS
The Sharks Academy announce teams selected from local junior league clubs to play the Bulldogs in the under 14’s and 15’s age groups on Saturday, March 26.
Following 12 weeks of Summer Academy training, the Sharks have selected teams in the 14’s and 15’s age groups to play the Bulldogs at Toyota Stadium on March 26.
Players were chosen from local junior league clubs, with the subsequent teams announced an indication of commitment to the program throughout the summer months as well as to the capacity of the chosen players to perform at a junior representative level.
The Sharks Academy would like to thank all players from summer academy, including those not selected for the Bulldogs game, for their participation in the program and wish them well for the upcoming junior league season.
The games against the Bulldogs will take place on March 26, with the under-14’s kicking off at 9.00am. The 15’s will follow at 10.05am, before the Under-17’s Sharks Academy also play the Bulldogs, starting at 11.10am.
In a big day for the junior Sharks, Matthew Cup and SG Ball will follow, with Round 6 matches against the Western Suburbs Magpies.
The academy teams listed below will be re-assessed after junior league trials over the next two weeks, to address any injury concerns.
Players are asked to reply to email@example.com to accept this invitation.
|Sharks Academy 14's v Bulldogs
||Sharks Academy 15's v Bulldogs
1- Luke Egan
2 - Dylan Issa
3 - Jordan Ramirez
4 - Carter Quinn
5 - Brad Whetters
6 -Kamren Cryer
7 - Zac Bouzounis
8 - Raymond Reyes
9 -Terry Isherwood
10 - Nick Hamilton
11 - Daniel Vasquez
12 - Jye Challenor
13 - Jackson Garrett
14 - Jake Piggott
15 - Blake Higgins
16 - Jack Williams
17 - Brock Illett
18 - Corey Philpott
19 - Daniel Marshall
Standby (to attend training)
|1 - Cameron Scott
2 - Dylan Tupea
3 - Ryan Cummins
4 - Billy Lennon
5 - Anthony Rentzipis
6 -Tyler McIlroy
7 - Corey Willis
8 - Pat Hasson
9 - Jayden Brailey
10 - Christian White
11 - Pat Driscoll
12 - Corey Napper
13 - Marcus Pappas
14 - Connor Tracey
15 - Ashleigh Nisbett
16 - James Facey
17 - Jose Punch
18 - Hayden Mills
19 - Kennedy Stewart
Standby (to attend training)
JUNIOR SHARKS GET READY FOR BULLDOGS
The Cronulla Sharks Under 14, 15 and Under 17 Academy teams have been training hard and have only 2 weeks until their battles with the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs on Saturday March 26 at Shark Park.
The junior Sharks have been coming along nicely under the expert guidance of Sharks Junior Academy Co-Ordinator Alan Wilson and the other coaches and Alan is particularly happy with the progress of the Under 17's Academy Squad.
But last night it was the Under 15's who improved the most, the Under 15 are leaning about attitude and the importance of communication in defence and not can be quite scarey to any attacking team they wil face, if they remember what they have learnt.
The three Sharks Academy games at Shark Park will be only the start of the the days as the Shire junior talent will be followed by round 6 of the Harold Matthew's & SG Ball Cup matches where the in form u18 SG Ball side take on the might of the the competition leaders the Western Suburbs Magpies.
So put Saturday March 26 into your diaries and get down to Shark Park for a full day of fantastic junior rugby league
Thanks to Mr. Alan Wilson and the Sharks Academy staff for allowing us to once again attend the Academy boyz go through their paces. :-)
|CRONULLA SHARKS RUGBY LEAGUE ACADEMY 2011 TEAM PHOTO'S
|Cronulla Sharks Under 14 Academy Squad at training last night (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||Cronulla Sharks Under 15 Academy Squad at training last night (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
|Cronulla Sharks Under 17 Academy Squad at training last night (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
||Sharks Junior Academy Co-Ordinator Alan Wilson shows the U15 the right way to tackle (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
SHARKS RUFFLE FEATHERS & TAKE HOME POINTS
There were to good games of junior rep's footy at Henson Park on Sunday morning to complete Round 2 of the NSWRL Junior Reps and we saw the boyz from the Shire take home the points in both games.
MATTY'S CUP v ROOSTERS FOTO'S
SG BALL v ROOSTERS FOTO'S
DOGS BITE SHARKS IN JUNIOR REP TRIALS
|Cronulla SHARKS Harold Matthew's Cup Squad after the trial v Bulldogs (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
The Canterbury Bulldogs junior rep teams look set for a fantastic 2011 season with victories over the Cronulla Sharks in front of 500 people at Endeavour Fields next to Shark Park
Both Sharks teams showed encouraging signs against the powerful Canterbury teams and the Sharks will improve over the next few weeks.
HAROLD MATTHEW'S TRIAL
SG BALL TRIAL
|DE LA SALLE REGISTATION DATES FOR 2011
Wednesday 9 February - 5pm - 8pm
Saturday 12 February - 9am - 2pm
Wednesday 16 February - 5pm - 8pm
for more details go to www.delasallejrlfc.com.au
MONDAY NITE FOOTY AT SHARK PARK
|CRONULLA SHARKS Mattys Cup boyz at training a couple weeks ago (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
Monday nite football is back at Shark Park, well for this week anyway
Saturdays trial games between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Cronulla Sharks was cancelled due to the extreem heat we have been having in Sydney lately.
The trial against the Bulldogs on now on Monday night at Shark Park, the U16 Htold Matthew's Cup kicks off at 6:00 PM and the U18 SG Ball is due to kick off about 7:30 PM
get down to Shark Park on Monday nite for some great junior rugby league and watch the future Sharkies run about Shark Park and hopefull send the Doggies home with their tails between their legs.
SHARKS JUNIORS FINE TUNE FOR TRIALS
|Sharks Matthew's Cup squad sweat it out at training monday arvo (Photo : ourfootymedia)
The Cronulla Sharks junior rep teams in this years NSWRL SG Ball and Harold Matthew's Cup squads were training hard alongside the Sharks 20's players at Endeavour Fields.
The Sharks Junior Rep squads have a road trip for the annual trail game against the Canberra Raiders in Canberra on Saturday.
The Sharks looked sharp at training with all 3 squads working hard in preperation for the upcoming footy season.
The Matt's kick off at 2:00 PM
Oh YEAH - CHECK OUT THE FOTO'S FROM TONITES SESS'
Thanks to the Cronulla SHARKS !!
|CRONULLA CARINGBAH KEEN ON 2011 SUCCESS
Happy New Year and welcome to another season for the mighty Black and Whites. A quick rundown of the rego dates for the 2011 season can be found below. Full registration details are in the attached document.
2011 REGISTRATION DATES
Saturday 5th February - 10am-3pm
Saturday 12th February - 10am-3pm
Wednesday 16th February - 6pm-8pm
All registrations will take place at the Clubhouse on Captain Cook Drive next to Toyota Park.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact Pam on 0407 214 441 or 9525 7642
|HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE
FOOTY SEASON IS RAPIDLY APPROACHING WITH SHARKS well represented by local players this year in the NSWRL Harold Matthew's and SG Ball competitions
This should prove to be another exciting season in the Cronulla Junior Comp with lots of teams wanting to go through to the 2011 finals and club rivalary as strong as ever.
Now is a pretty good time to begin your preparation for training and your plan for the footy season, good luck to all teams and clubs
FROM WATERBOY TO PRESIDENT
|Peter Saville rehydrating the boyz during this years U17A Grand Final (Photo : ourfootymedia)
JUNIOR LEAGUE TAKE NEW DIRECTION
Congratulation to Mr. Peter Saville from the Cronulla Caringbah footy club on his election to President of the Cronulla Sutherland District Junior Rugby League.
Peter has been helping teams in the Shire for years including his own club Cronulla Caringbah, Sharks Deveolpment programs and is a well know face amoung both the kids who play the game and plenty of parents inside and out side of his club.
Peter is a brave man for putting his hand up to serve as Junior League President, which can be a challenging post for most of us. We wish you all the best in your new role.
We also congratulate the Junior League committee on elevating Mr. Saville to the Chair and we look forward to a closer relationship with the League in 2011 and beyond.
|NYC & JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE SQUADS ANNOUNCED
The Hisense Cronulla Sharks have announced their Toyota Cup, SG Ball and Harold Matthews Squads for the 2011 season.
|HAROLD MATTHEW'S CUP
||SG BALL CUP
||Jordan Ten Cate
|MORE 2010 CRONULLA JUNIORS