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The near-misses of the nineties and the noughties, the supplements scandal that ruined their 2014 campaign, the long-awaited premiership breakthrough in 2016 – what a wave the Cronulla Sharks have ridden in recent years.

Now the boys from the Shire are mired in controversy once again as a salary cap scandal and the potential suspension of coach Shane Flanagan threaten to derail their campaign from the off.

Let’s see how the bookies rate Cronulla’s chances in the 2019 NRL Premiership betting.

About the Cronulla Sharks

Established: 1963
Home ground: Shark Park
Coach: Shane Flanagan
Captains: Paul Gallen and Wade Graham
Premierships: One – 2016
2018 ladder finish: Fourth (16-8)

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Updated Cronulla Sharks futures odds

2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds
Jan $15 $1.70 $3.50 S Johnson $36
Feb $15 $1.70 $3.74 S Johnson $36
Mar $17 $1.75 $3.50 S Johnson $34
Apr $17 $1.80 $5 S Johnson $40
May $19 $1.76 $6 A Fifita $34
Jun $11 $1.25 $3.20 C Townsend $67
Jul $21 $1.75 $11 C Townsend $101
Aug $31 $1.90 SUS C Townsend $201

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2019 Cronulla Sharks draw

Cronulla Sharks 2019 fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, March 15 6pm
2 Gold Coast Titans Shark Park Saturday, March 23 3pm
3 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, March 30 5:30pm
4 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Saturday, April 6 7:35pm
5 Sydney Roosters Shark Park Saturday, April 13 7:35pm
6 Penrith Panthers Shark Park Thursday, April 18 7:50pm
7 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Saturday, April 27 7:35pm
8 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, May 3 7:55pm
9 Gold Coast Titans Suncorp Stadium Thursday, May 9 7:50pm
10 Manly Sea Eagles Shark Park Sunday, May 19 4:05pm
11 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Sunday, May 26 4:05pm
12 BYE
13 Parramatta Eels Shark Park Saturday, June 8 5:30pm
14 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Thursday, June 13 7:50pm
15 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Sunday, June 30 4:05pm
16 Brisbane Broncos Shark Park Sunday, July 7 4:05pm
17 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Saturday, July 13 7:35pm
18 New Zealand Warriors Westpac Stadium Friday, July 19 6pm
19 North Queensland Cowboys Shark Park Thursday, July 25 7pm
20 South Sydney Rabbitohs Shark Park Saturday, August 3 7:35pm
21 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, August 9 7:55pm
22 St George Illawarra Dragons Shark Park Sunday, August 18 4:05pm
23 New Zealand Warriors Shark Park Saturday, August 24 3pm
24 Canberra Raiders Shark Park Sunday, September 1 2pm
25 Wests Tigers Leichhardt Oval Sunday, September 8 2pm

Sharks players to watch in 2019

NRL star Shaun JohnsonShaun Johnson
Born: 9/9/1990
Games: 162
Tries: 63
Position: Halfback

This man had options aplenty after making it clear he would not stay on at the Warriors after 2018. If Johnson can strike up a rapport with last year’s big recruit, Matt Moylan, the Sharks might have one of the most creative halves partnerships in the NRL.

NRL star Josh MorrisJosh Morris
Born: 23/8/1986
Games: 260
Tries: 121
Position: Centre

Morris broke Bulldogs hearts when he made the switch from Belmore to Shark Park at the end of the 2018 campaign. The veteran NSW centre will add steel, experience and plenty of know-how to Cronulla’s talented back half.

Cronulla Sharks rookie Sione KatoaSione Katoa
Born: 21/8/1997
Games: 9
Tries: 3
Position: Winger

This young man was poised for a breakout season in 2018 until he suffered a broken jaw in Townsville midway through the year. Blessed with raw speed and a light turn of foot, Katoa is very hard to stop when he gets a chance to run at the opposition.

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