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Paul Gallen will break the record for most Cronulla Sharks games when he leads his team against the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville on Saturday night.
Inspirational skipper Gallen will break Andrew Ettingshausen’s record for most caps for Cronulla this week as he runs out for his 329th game for the club against the Cowboys.
If that doesn’t get the Sharks up for this one, nothing will. It’s been a solid start to the season for Cronulla, but far from spectacular – they went down to the Knights in the opening round and held on for a 20-6 victory against the Titans last week in a game they really should have won by more.
Nevertheless, the Sharks have never been a team that plays an aesthetically pleasing brand of football, just as long as they get the two points at the end of the day.
Cronulla have named an unchanged team for the third week running, but Paul Green has opted for major reshuffles to his side.
In a huge blow, Jason Taumalolo has been ruled out for up to 10 weeks with a knee injury sustained last week in the 29-10 loss to the Broncos.
Coen Hess comes into the starting side, while Corey Jensen is the new man on the bench. Jake Clifford gets his shot at five-eighth, Te Maire Martin switches to fullback, with Justin O’Neill and Tom Opacic both dropped, replaced by Ben Hampton and Jordan Kahu.
Michael Morgan was outstanding in the opening round, but he didn’t have any space to work his magic against the Broncos last week – he will need to lift his game if his forwards can make an impact through the middle.
These two teams have split their last four meetings at two wins apiece, with the Cowboys winning their last clash in Townsville in Round 1 last year. This will surely be a close game – there’s not much separating these sides to begin 2019, while both have impressive forward packs. It could come down to a halves battle between Morgan and Shaun Johnson – and if the latter shines, maybe the Sharks will have that little bit extra to call upon in the crucial stages.
Cowboys: 1 Te Maire Martin 2 Nene Macdonald 3 Jordan Kahu 4 Ben Hampton 5 Javid Bowen 6 Jake Clifford 7 Michael Morgan 8 Matt Scott 9 Jake Granville 10 Jordan McLean 11 Gavin Cooper 12 Coen Hess 13 Josh McGuire.
Interchange: 14 John Asiata 15 Corey Jensen 16 Mitchell Dunn 17 Francis Molo. Reserves: 18 Shane Wright 19 Justin O’Neill 20 Peter Hola 21 Enari Tuala
Sharks: 1 Matt Moylan 2 Sosaia Feki 3 Josh Dugan 4 Josh Morris 5 Sione Katoa 6 Shaun Johnson 7 Chad Townsend 8 Andrew Fifita 9 Jayden Brailey 10 Matt Prior 11 Briton Nikora 12 Kurt Capewell 13 Paul Gallen.
Interchange: 14 Blayke Brailey 15 Jayson Bukuya 16 Aaron Woods 17 Jack Williams. Reserves: 18 Scott Sorensen 19 Kyle Flanagan 20 Bronson Xerri 21 Braden Hamlin-Uele