Cronulla speedster Valentine Holmes has set his sights on becoming the most-prolific try-scoring Shark in a season.
Valentine Holmes grabs the spotlight, Martin Taupau comes back with a bang and the lessons from the Tigers from their 40-18 drubbing at the hands of Cronulla.
The Cronulla Sharks have continued their charge towards the NRL finals with a 40-18 win over the Wests Tigers at Remondis Stadium on Saturday.
Despite being at opposite ends of their NRL careers, Sharks teammates Jack Bird and Luke Lewis have formed a special bond on and off the field.
The Sharks are looking to cement their place in finals football, while the Wests Tigers are looking to finish on a high, both are out for redemption this round.
Sharks utility Ben Barba and Storm lock Dale Finucane each left the field in Melbourne's 30-2 win over Cronulla on Monday night.
The Melbourne Storm controlled the wrestle and were far too good for the Sharks at Remondis Stadium on Monday night.
Melbourne have scored 30 unanswered points to down fellow top eight rivals the Sharks at Remondis Stadium on Monday night.
He is a tough as nails forward in the NRL, but Luke Lewis is in awe of the world's best bodyboarders and the waves they take on.
Ahead of his return from injury, Luke Lewis is keen to continue Cronulla's winning streak, but hasn't been part of a side that's beaten the Storm since 2005.