Feel that?

It’s the buzz of a new season fast approaching – 2024 is just days away and the Sharks are gearing up for another tilt at the NRL title.

After back-to-back finals appearances under coach Craig Fitzgibbon, the outlook in the Sutherland Shire is bright for a multitude of reasons

Feel that?

It’s the buzz of a new season fast approaching – 2024 is just days away and the Sharks are gearing up for another tilt at the NRL title.

After back-to-back finals appearances under coach Craig Fitzgibbon, the outlook in the Sutherland Shire is bright for a multitude of reasons.

Excitingly, more attacking improvement can be expected given five-eighth Braydon Trindall, who became the first-choice No.6 by the end of last season, will benefit from having fullback Will Kennedy back fit and firing.

Kennedy suffered a season-ending hamstring injury just as his good mate Trindall was establishing himself in the starting line-up. The proud Indigenous pair know each other’s games inside out having combined to win the NSW Cup pre

Considering the Sharks ranked fourth in 2023 with an average of 25.2 points per match (including finals), it’s a scary proposition that they could get even slicker.

Rich depth provides plenty of options

Former captain Wade Graham (retired), veteran playmaker Matt Moylan (signed for Leigh in the UK Super League) and the versatile Connor Tracey (Bulldogs) are among the few departures.

While their experience will be missed, the Sharks are well-equipped to fill the void.

miership with Newtown in 2019.

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