Cronulla Sharks vs Gold Coast Titans Live Scores, Stream, Odds and Results – NRL 2016 Round 6

Sunday’s first NRL Round 6 match is between Cronulla Sharks and Gold Coast Titans with the game to be played at the Shark Park. The opening bounce is set to commence at 14:05 local time with the home team Cronulla Sharks currently holding favouritism. View our NRL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Cronulla Sharks and Gold Coast Titans.

 

When: 14:05 | Sunday 10/04/2016

Where: Shark Park

 

 

Teams:

Sharks:cronulla-sharks-logo 1 Ben Barba, 2 Sosaia Feki, 3 Jack Bird, 4 Ricky Leutele, 5 Valentine Holmes, 6 James Maloney, 7 Chad Townsend, 8 Andrew Fifita, 9 Michael Ennis, 10 Sam Tagataese, 11 Luke Lewis, 12 Wade Graham, 13 Paul Gallen (c). Interchange: 14 Jayson Bukuya, 15 Chris Heighington, 16 Matt Prior, 17 Joseph Paulo, 18 Gerard Beale.

 

Titans:gold-coast-titans 1 David Mead, 2 Anthony Don, 3 Josh Hoffman, 4 John Olive, 5 Nene Macdonald, 6 Cameron Cullen, 7 Ashley Taylor, 8 David Shillington, 9 Nathan Friend (c), 10 Ryan James, 11 Zeb Taia, 12 Chris McQueen, 13 Greg Bird. Interchange: 14 Luke Douglas, 15 Leivaha Pulu, 16 Agnatius Paasi, 17 Daniel Mortimer, 18 Eddy Pettybourne, 19 Will Zillman.

 

News:

It was the indiscretion that rubbed him out for six weeks, but it took Andrew Fifita over six months to heed the lesson.

The Cronulla prop admitted he ignored the criticism he copped for abusing a referee at a junior rugby league match last July, thumbing his nose at the controversial six-game ban.

“I kind of brushed that last year when I had my opportunity to play in the semis,” he said.

“That was my time to focus on footy. I had two games to prove I was back to my best, when I wasn’t.”

But after a summer of soul-searching, the former NSW State of Origin and Australian forward is now on the cusp of a return to the representative arena following a stellar start to the new season.

In a return to his number-crunching best, Fifita is averaging a remarkable 164 metres, 32 tackles, two tackle breaks and two offloads a game over the first five rounds.

And last year’s smack in the bum is the catalyst.

An ultimatum from coach Shane Flanagan now has the former Wests Tigers prop focusing more on the amount of times he gets in trouble with the referees than he does causing trouble for the opposition.

“It could be one penalty in the game and I focus more on that even if I’m busting tackles or I get an offload away,” the 26-year-old said.

“Flanno said if I knock out that out of my game, then you’re back in those rep jerseys.

“And that’s a goal that I want to achieve. I find myself one of the leaders in the club so I want to be back where I should be. It’s just one of those things you strive for.

“I’ve been there before, had a taste of it and I want it back now.”

Stepping out as a Blue alongside retiring NSW Origin and club captain Paul Gallen is another goal.

“I’m playing club footy with him, why not be on the rep scene with him?” he said.

“It’s one of those opportunities you wouldn’t want to miss. Hopefully for myself it isn’t his last year though, I reckon he has one more year in him. Either way hopefully we let Gal go out on a good note.”

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