Sharks Announce Junior Rep Squads
Author : Sharks Media
Photo By : Steve Montgomery
The Sharks have finalised their Matthews Cup, SG Ball and Tarsha Gale squads ahead of round one matches in Wollongong this weekend.
The Sharks under-16 Mathews Cup, under-18 SG Ball and under-18’s women’s Tarsha Gale squads play the Illawarra Steelers at Collegians Sporting Complex on Saturday.
The Tarsha Gale Sharks kick off the day at 10.00 am, the Matthews Cup match is scheduled for 11.30 am, with the SG Ball clash at 1.00pm.
The Tarsha Gale Cup features a number of rule changes including teams being expanded from 11 to 13 players and games being played in two halves of 30 minutes instead of three 20-minute periods.
Final teams lists for all three Sharks sides for their respective round one matches will be submitted tomorrow (Tuesday).
The Sharks have trained and prepared strongly for the start of the season, with their last trial coming against the Newcastle Knights two weeks ago.
The regular season runs for nine rounds, with the Grand Final weekend for the Sydney-based Junior Representatives competitions on May 9.
The first home games for the Sharks will be in round four on Sunday, March 1.
Squad lists are below
2020 Sharks Harold Matthews Cup squad
2020 Sharks SG Ball squad
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2020 Sharks Tarsha Gale squad
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