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2024 R12 Sat - Cronulla 0-42 Penrith @ PointsBet

Round 12: Cronulla v Penrith

  • Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

    Votes: 8 53.3%
  • Penrith Panthers

    Votes: 7 46.7%
  • Draw after Golden Point

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    15
  • Poll closed .

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NRL 2024 - Round 12
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks v Penrith Panthers
PointsBet Stadium, Woolooware / Dharawal (TICKETS)

Saturday 25 May 2024
NRL kickoff 5:30pm.

Broadcast live on Fox, Kayo.

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1. William Kennedy 2. Sione Katoa 3. Jesse Ramien 4. Kayal Iro 5. Ronaldo Mulitalo 6. Daniel Atkinson 7. Nicho Hynes 8. Thomas Hazelton 9. Blayke Brailey 10. Oregon Kaufusi 11. Briton Nikora 12. Teig Wilton 13. Cameron McInnes 14. Jack Williams 15. Siosifa Talakai 16. Royce Hunt 17. Tuku Hau Tapuha 18. Mawene Hiroti 19. Billy Burns 20. Samuel Healey 21. Samuel Stonestreet 22. Braydon Trindall

In: Mawene Hiroti (reserve), Billy Burns (reserve), Samuel Healey (reserve), Samuel Stonestreet (reserve), Braydon Trindall (reserve)


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1. Dylan Edwards 2. Sunia Turuva 3. Izack Tago 4. Paul Alamoti 5. Brian To'o 6. Jack Cole 7. Jarome Luai 8. Moses Leota 9. Mitch Kenny 10. James Fisher-Harris 11. Scott Sorensen 12. Liam Martin 13. Isaah Yeo 14. Daine Laurie 15. Lindsay Smith 16. Liam Henry 17. Matt Eisenhuth 18. Mavrik Geyer 19. Soni Luke 20. Trent Toelau 21. Jesse McLean 22. Tyrone Peachey

Out: Luke Garner (second row)
In: Daine Laurie (bench), Liam Henry (bench), Mavrik Geyer (reserve), Soni Luke (reserve), Trent Toelau (reserve), Jesse McLean (reserve)
Changes: Lindsay Smith (front row to bench), Moses Leota (bench to front row), Tyrone Peachey (bench to reserve), Scott Sorensen (bench to second row)



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Referee: Gerard SUTTON
Sideline Officials: Phil HENDERSON, Matt NOYEN
Video Referee: Ashley KLEIN

HEAD TO HEAD - 1967 - 2023​

TOTALCRONULLAPENRITHDRAWN
ALL MATCHES9952443
POINTSBET4329140

LAST FIVE MEETINGS​

YEARROUNDRESULTVENUECROWD
2020Round 15PENRITH 38-12Panthers Stadium3206
2021Round 9PENRITH 48-0BlueBet16110
2021Round 14CRONULLA 19-18Netstrata5217
2022Round 19PENRITH 20-10BlueBet17426
2023Round 22PENRITH 28-0BlueBet20694

BIGGEST WINS​

YEARROUNDRESULTVENUECROWD
1978Round 16CRONULLA 43-4Penrith Park5139
2021Round 9PENRITH 48-0BlueBet16110

NEXT FOUR MATCHES​

Round 13Round 14Round 15Round 17
CRONULLAPARRAMATTA (A)BRISBANE (A)DOLPHINS (H)CANTERBURY (A)
PENRITHST GEORGE ILLAWARRA (H)MANLY (H)NEWCASTLE (A)NORTH QLD (H)

LAST THREE MATCHES​

Round 9Round 10Round 11
CRONULLAST GEORGE ILLAWARRAW 20-10MELBOURNEW 25-18SYDNEYW 38-30
PENRITHSOUTH SYDNEYW 42-12CANTERBURYW 16-10WARRIORSL 20-22

STATE OF PLAY: 2024 SEASON​

POSITIONPLAYEDBYESW-L-DFORAGAINST
CRONULLA1st1019-1-0282158
PENRITH3rd1017-3-0226156
 
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soc123_au

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Sharks soft draw continues....

Ivan looked seriously pissed off in yesterdays presser, he should have us up for this one hopefully.
 

Valheru

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Interesting to see how Penrith come out in this one

Will go with Sharks in a tight one.
 

roboshark

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Sharks soft draw continues....

Ivan looked seriously pissed off in yesterdays presser, he should have us up for this one hopefully.
Hey I know u are just shit stirring but have you seen the dolphins draw this year so far. Or how the donkeys have gone against the top sides
 

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Or how the donkeys have gone against the top sides
We have been pretty average against top sides but a lot of that has come from our shocking injury toll before and during those games. So I agree that we haven't been close to our best.

However:
- Roosters in Vegas - Piakura cat 1 in the 4th minute. We were trash though. Roosters mangled us up the middle.
- Penrith - Walsh with a broken face 5 minutes in, Piakura moved to centre and Cleary and Tago worked him over all night. Haas and Reynolds didn't play.
- Melbourne - probably should have won that game against an almost full strength Melbourne (only missing Tui). Without Haas, Walsh, Piakura. Reynolds went down before half time, and Mariner broke a vertibrae in his back in the first half but played through while limited. Containing Coates is hard enough without a fractured back.
- Roosters at Suncorp - Jesse Arthurs with a broken jaw early in the first half. Reynolds tore his bicep early in the second. Mariner wrongly binned for tackling Tedesco (wasn't even charged). Roosters ran away with it, Cheese also injured, but they were great.

These may present as excuses, and I don't mean them to be. Just saying that I can cope with those losses given the cursed season of injuries. So desperately hope our team is fit come September.
 
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Our best has the Sharkies covered quiet easy but we have been miles from our best
Bit arrogant to say your best has us covered quite easily. You obviously haven’t seen our pack dominating in most matches this season.

Not to worry you’ll see it on Saturday night for yourself.
 

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Bit arrogant to say your best has us covered quite easily. You obviously haven’t seen our pack dominating in most matches this season.

Not to worry you’ll see it on Saturday night for yourself.
Not arrogant, just the truth. Penrith have been well below par so far this year but could be a good game if they fire. Can’t see them getting any better with Huth in the best 17 though.
As for the Sharks, they can only play what’s in front of them. Soft draw or not they are going quite well.
 

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Bit arrogant to say your best has us covered quite easily. You obviously haven’t seen our pack dominating in most matches this season.

Not to worry you’ll see it on Saturday night for yourself.
3 Comps in a row kind of makes it fact, a bit like when you guys won all those... wait, what?
 

soc123_au

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So you’re not acknowledging we are a much improved team this season?

That’s fine.
On what we have seen so far, absolutely you have improved out of sight.

We also spluttered along like this last year and turned it on when needed. Our best is winning 3 comps straight, yours has been beating the Storm and getting over the Chooks by a couple in a try shoot out. Nothing even close to arrogant about suggesting at our best we beat you. Will we beat you is whole different discussion.
 

Chins get the wins

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On what we have seen so far, absolutely you have improved out of sight.

We also spluttered along like this last year and turned it on when needed. Our best is winning 3 comps straight, yours has been beating the Storm and getting over the Chooks by a couple in a try shoot out. Nothing even close to arrogant about suggesting at our best we beat you. Will we beat you is whole different discussion.
They might get us this week but come September we'll blow them away
 

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