The Storm and Sharks have both confirmed their final 17 ahead of the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final at ANZ Stadium on Sunday night.
Join us for rolling coverage of the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final day, with updates across all three grades from ANZ Stadium.
Melbourne Storm's Cameron Smith and Cronulla Sharks' Michael Ennis go head-to-head in the NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final.
A season away from the Sharks in 2014 made Jayson Bukuya realise just how much the club meant to him as he prepares for his first NRL grand final.
Ricky Leutele played three games in six days to keep his dream of an NRL career alive and now he is set to play in the biggest game of his life.
As we edge closer to the 2016 decider, Justin Hodges recalls his grand final memories, having been on both sides of the equation at two different clubs.
The expected team changes heading into the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final between the Melbourne Storm and Cronulla Sharks.
Cameron Smith insists his focus will be on keeping calm even if rival hooker Michael Ennis gets up to his usual on-field niggles during Sunday's grand final.
Die-hard Cronulla fan Brendan Cowell has endured a lifetime of rugby league disappointment, but believes this is finally the Year of the Shark.
NRL.com staked out on the Dally M awards red carpet on Wednesday night and asked past and present players: Who wins Sunday night's huge decider at ANZ Stadium?