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Cronulla created their trademark coarseness in a prevailing 20-6 NRL win over the Gold Coast and praise captain Paul Gallen’s club record achievement coordinate in style.
Gallen moved close by Andrew Ettingshausen on 328 amusements for the dark, white and blue as his side concocted a solidified act at Shark Park on Saturday.
After a week ago’s misfortune to Newcastle, the Sharks bobbed back in style as new mentor John Morris enlisted his first win as a first-grade mentor.
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- NAME: Gold Coast Titans – Cronulla Sharks
- DATE: May 9, 2019
- TIME: 09:50 UTC
- Venue: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane , Australia
The triumph had every one of the trademarks that we have come to connect with the side as of late – roused objective line protection and a refusal to respect misfortune.
The Titans delighted in about three fold the amount of football inside their restriction’s red zone (59 handles to 20) yet just broken them for one attempt.
The Sharks on occasion in the second half appeared as though they would come up short on troops.
Hooker Jayden Brailey was taken from the field in the 24th moment with a head thump, giving his sibling Blayke his NRL debut.
Sosaia Feki fell off with 25 minutes staying with knee damage while Briton Nikora needed to fall off for a HIA test and Jayson Bukuya was sin-binned.
“They’re a flexible gathering,” Morris said.
“They’re an intense group and very little appears to fluster them so they appreciate guarding their line.
“A great deal of difficulty with players happening of position and chaps who were busted that presumably expected to fall off.”
In the wake of being held scoreless by Canberra a week ago, the misfortune places weight on mentor Garth Brennan.
Notwithstanding having more belonging (52 percent to 48), winning the punishment check (14-5) and making less blunders (15-18), the Titans never truly looked hazardous.
Following 128 minutes of football, the Titans got their first attempt of the 2019 season when Brenko Lee snuck over after a Jai Arrow break.
Queensland Origin forward Arrow was a sparkling light in a generally gloomy exhibition, running for 299 meters, busting 7 handles and making two linebreaks.
The Titans got over the line twice in the opening five minutes through Ryan James and Arrow yet the multiple times they were denied by the fortification.
The Sharks continued to remove the diversion from the guests’ hands, putting on three attempts in 10 minutes including a twofold to Sione Katoa.
“Right now we’re a group wanting to win, not a group trusting we can win,” Brennan said.
“We’re somewhat down on certainty right now. We were there over the tryline multiple times and couldn’t get a break and couldn’t manage the mistake.
“I’m not going to rationalize (with equal parts Ash Taylor and Tyrone Roberts being out), the players we’re putting out there are quality players.”
Sharks 20 (S Katoa 2 J Dugan B Nikora attempts; S Johnson 2 objectives) bt Titans 6 (B Lee attempt; M Gordon objective) at Shark Park. Ref: Jon Stone, Tim Roby. Group: 15,217. Titans vs Sharks