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Cronulla dominated from start to finish in their Round 3 clash earlier this year.

The Warriors just never got started, completing just 19 of their 31 sets as the Sharks raced to an 18-0 halftime lead before finishing 28-4 winners in an emotion-charged match.

The home side’s victory came on the back of a far-superior 1579 to 938 running metres, 27 to six tackle-breaks and five to one line-breaks.

The Sharks also finished with an efficiency of 87 per cent, six per cent better than the Warriors managed.

Beau Ryan’s try marked the 10,000th point scored at Sharks Stadium, now known as Remondis Stadium after a recent sponsorship agreement.

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