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Jesse Sene-Lefao and Leeson Ah Mau discovered their shared bond during last year's Four Nations.

The Cronulla Sharks have signed hard-running Manly forward Jesse Sene-Lefao on a two-year deal after he was released by the Sea Eagles from the final year of his contract.

The announcement made on Friday means the 25-year-old will join the Sharks after playing 38 NRL games since making his debut for the Sea Eagles back in round one of the 2013 season and has also represented Samoa in three Test matches.

Sene-Lefao will join Cronulla before Christmas with fellow recruits James Maloney and Chad Townsend.

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