The Sea Eagles head into their Round 3 clash with the Sharks having lost their first two games of the season for the first time since 2010.
Veteran Sharks hooker Michael Ennis has called many places home over the years. From Newcastle to Cronulla the veteran is about to rack up 250 NRL games.
Fiji is still recovering from Tropical Cyclone Winston but NRL players are chipping in to help via an online auction of club merchandise.
A rookie has a dream debut, Billy Slater is injured again and all the big talking points from Round 2 of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
The Sharks defence holds strong, Josh Dugan goes down injured, while Sharks coach Shane Flangan thinks his side can be much better.
A seven minute blitz in the shadows of half-time has inspired the Cronulla Sharks to a huge win over the Dragons on Sunday afternoon.
The Sharks have overturned a 10 point second-half deficit to edge local rivals the Dragons 26-24 at Southern Cross Group Stadium in a Holden Cup thriller.
Despite the loss of Paul Gallen and Chris Heighington, Sharks prop Sam Tagataese thinks the Cronulla pack can more than match it with their Red V counterparts.
After a large number of players made their NRL debut in Round 1, NRL.com asked some of the game's stars what they remember of their first grade debut.
After both went down in Round 1, the Sharks and Dragons will be playing for much more than just the two competition points when they meet at