Sharks and Knights win
Ben Ross of the Sharks breaks away to score a try during the match against the Canberra Raiders.
Thu May 16, 2013
Coleman quits as Sharks chairman
Cronulla Sharks chairman Glenn Coleman has quit the embattled NRL club after just two months in the job with former Olympian Damian Keogh expected to take his spot.
Mon May 13, 2013
Sydney: A force for harmon: Lunch with Stepan Kerkyasharian
Sydney Morning Herald May 11, 2013 Saturday A force for harmony LUNCH WITH STEPAN KERKYASHARIAN by Rick Feneley As he steps down from his official role, the 'hero of multiculturalism' reflects on the remarkable family story that shaped his outlook, writes Rick Feneley.
Big Three US automakers skip Tokyo show
The 43rd edition of the event, which is held every two years, is scheduled for November 22 to December 1. General Motors, Ford and Chrysler will not be attending for the third-straight time, says Atsushi Fujimaki, a spokesman for the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association.
Thu May 09, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
NRL: Warriors lure Bukuya from Sharks
The Warriors' main target for next season remains England fullback Sam Tomkins but they are on the verge of adding another player for 2014 with Cronulla back-rower Jayson Bukuya close to securing a two-year deal.
Violent Muslim rioter behind bars
A violent thug who attacked a police dog during a religious riot in Sydney has been jailed for more than two years A RIOTER who was in the middle of every aggressive confrontation with police during last year's violent Muslim protests in the Sydney CBD has been sent to prison for more than four years.
Carney sticks with Sharks
New South Wales Origin five-eighth Todd Carney has extended his deal with Cronulla and will remain in The Shire for another five years.
Tue May 07, 2013
WADA chief Fahey slams NRL
World Anti-Doping Agency president John Fahey has launched an astonishing broadside against the NRL after ASADA's interviews with Cronulla players were halted last week.
Sun May 05, 2013
Surf warnings ignored before boy drowned: official
An official at last year's National Surf Life Saving Championships says senior carnival referees were warned about dangerous surf conditions "at least twice" several hours before a young competitor drowned.
NSW Origin skipper Gallen injured in...
New South Wales skipper Paul Gallen suffered a knee injury playing for Cronulla Sharks on Sunday, putting him in doubt for next month's State of Origin opener against Queensland.
Fri May 03, 2013
Storm CEO heads off to London
Melbourne Storm's new chief executive has completed a due diligence trip to the Victorian capital and flew back to London via Abu Dhabi on the eve of the home match against Canberra.
Thu May 02, 2013
Cronulla Sharks drug report gagged
THE Cronulla Sharks yesterday won a legal injunction to stop The Daily Telegraph from quoting advice prepared for its board relating to alleged anti-doping rule violations in 2011.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Smith to view ASADA transcripts
NRL chief executive Dave Smith will analyse transcripts of Wade Graham's unfinished interview with ASADA officials before determining whether players are adhering to the league's mandate to co-operate with anti-doping investigations.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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Graham the first Shark in the gun
Cronulla's Wade Graham is the first player to be interviewed by ASADA as the investigation into the use of performance enhancing drugs ramped up on Monday.Dressed casually in a t-shirt, jeans, cap and sunglasses, Graham met with his legal representative Richard Redman for around an hour in the Reserve Bank building in Sydney before the pair jumped ... (more)
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Frustrated Sharks to begin ASADA interviews
Sydney 2000 As ASADA interviews are finally due to begin with Cronulla players on Monday Sharks coach Shane Flanagan has made it clear he is sick of talking about the investigation.Emotional after watching his side slump to a fourth straight loss with a 24-8 defeat to Canterbury at Gosford, Flanagan had clearly had enough when the topic turned to ... (more)
Stuart lauds loyal support
Parramatta coach Ricky Stuart has praised the NRL community for the way it has rallied around Tim Mannah, but says the Eels can only look to themselves to remedy their on-field woes.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Dank admits offering Mannah peptides
Controversial sports scientist Stephen Dank has sensationally confessed to offering Jon Mannah peptides but vehemently denies contributing to the NRL player's death.
Two men in suits attempt to catch a footballer.
Fairfax Media can also reveal that an elite Australian athlete managed by one of the club's top officials received vitamin injections at the same clinic used by the Bombers and its sports scientist, Steven Dank.
Former MP jailed for $100,000 fraud
FORMER federal MP Peter Shack has been sentenced to 14 months in jail for defrauding his mother-in-law of $100,000 from a family trust.