Competition dark horses Cronulla have held off a second-half Cowboys comeback to clinch an important win and move within reach of the NRL's top four.
A stint with the Newtown Jets, a side he is very familiar with, has seen a more mature Tinirau Arona return to the Sharks first grade squad.
The 2nd-placed Cowboys visit the 5th-placed Sharks in what shapes a bellringer bout that could have major implications on the NRL's top four.
The Cronulla Sharks announced that Andrew and David Fifita have both accepted six-match suspensions for an incident at an A Grade match.
Cronulla will feature the RECOGNISE logo on their jerseys in support of the campaign during their Indigenous Round clash with the Cowboys on Saturday night.
North Queensland will be out for a clean sweep of games in New South Wales when two of the league's hottest properties go head to head at Remondis Stadium.
Come-from-behind victories galore, losing streaks end, Brisbane's unfortunate turn of events and the Sharks' new match-winner. The key numbers from Round 21.
For the second time in less than a month Valentine Holmes injected himself from the left wing to prove the game-winner for the Cronulla Sharks.
A determined Sharks outfit have come from behind to beat the Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium and cement their position in the top eight.
Anthony Tupou will return from injury against the side he last faced – the Warriors – and revealed he didn't realise the extent of his injury back in Round 9.