Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Sharks Hope to Sink Teeth into Storm

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Sharks Hope to Sink Teeth into Storm

Article excerpt

HIS team is a modest 0-2 to start the season ahead of a trip to the "graveyard", but captain Paul Gallen is confident the Sharks can give Melbourne a run for its money.

Cronulla will take on the Storm at AAMI Park tonight after starting the season slowly and with star forwards Luke Lewis and Sam Tagataese out injured.

Not to mention, playing at AAMI Park is one of the toughest assignments in the NRL.

But Gallen is optimistic of a good result.

"None from two is not a good way to start the season, but we've been in both the games (narrow losses to the Raiders and Broncos), so we can take some sort of positive out of that," he said.

"Our defence has been fairly positive. It's not exactly where we want it to be, especially with our attack.

"If we just stick together and keep training hard, I'm sure results are just around the corner. …

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