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Sharks recruit Jesse Ramien has been charged over an incident in the All Stars game but the Indigenous centre can escape suspension with an early guilty plea.

Ramien was handed a grade-one dangerous contact charge to the head/neck after a vigorous tackle on Maori fullback Kalyn Ponga.

He would receive a one-game ban if he were to unsuccessfully challenge the charge but will only accrue 75 demerit points with an early guilty plea.

 

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I was expecting a good season from Cameron King but he has come down with another injury. So much promise, so many injuries.
The Dragons made the right choice between him and Mitch Rein and King has been dogged by injuries that don't seem to be going away
 

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Scans last night confirmed the Sharks worst fears, with hooker Cameron King suffering a torn ACL in the trial match against the Bulldogs on Saturday night.

In other injury news, the diagnosis on Wade Graham’s ankle problem was a positive one, with the Sharks skipper expected to take part in his teams’ trial against Manly on Sunday.

Ronaldo Mulitalo is an unlikely starter on Sunday with a minor knee complaint after being replaced early in the Bulldogs game but is expected to be fit and available for round one, while Matt Moylan and Mawene Hiroti will both need to be assessed this week before final decisions are made on their status for this weekend’s trial.

 

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Meanwhile, Sharks five-eighth Connor Tracey was charged with a grade-one dangerous throw but will escape a one-match ban with an early guilty plea.
 

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Meanwhile, Sharks five-eighth Connor Tracey was charged with a grade-one dangerous throw but will escape a one-match ban with an early guilty plea.
Meanwhile, Sharks five-eighth Connor Tracey has taken an early guilty plea to a grade one dangerous throw charge but will avoid suspension. He will, however, have 75 carry-over points against his name.
 

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Sharks backs Matt Moylan (calf) and Josh Dugan (knee) are all but certain to miss the round-one clash against the Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium on Saturday.

Centre Bronson Xerri (shoulder) remains a chance of lining up for Cronulla, however, with coach John Morris last week rating the teenager a better than 50 percent hope of playing.
 
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Sharks backs Matt Moylan (calf) and Josh Dugan (knee) are all but certain to miss the round-one clash against the Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium on Saturday.

Centre Bronson Xerri (shoulder) remains a chance of lining up for Cronulla, however, with coach John Morris last week rating the teenager a better than 50 percent hope of playing.
Moylan may be a bit longer - 4 weeks ?
 

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The Sharks can report it was recommended that two players be isolated from training and the main player group today due to them experiencing flu-like symptoms.

 

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Sharks player Bronson Xerri has been given the all-clear after tests for COVID-19 returned a negative result.

 

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Sharks utility back Matt Moylan is set to miss another month after suffering a setback in his bid to return from a calf injury.

Ronaldo Mulitalo was forced off the field for a head injury assessment against the Bunnies and did not return.
 

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In other charges coming from Saturday's matches, Sharks forward Jack Williams can avoid suspension with an early guilty plea.

Williams was hit with a grade one dangerous contact charge.
 

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Sharks centre Bronson Xerri is back in training and is targeting a return to action this weekend.

Xerri, who is on the comeback trail from a shoulder injury, was quarantined away from the rest of the Cronulla team last week after he suffered flu-like symptoms.

He was tested for COVID-19 and was cleared of the virus.
 

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In other charges coming from Saturday's matches, Sharks forward Jack Williams can avoid suspension with an early guilty plea.

Williams was hit with a grade one dangerous contact charge.
Sharks forward Jack Williams avoided suspension with an early guilty plea.
 

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Cronulla captain Wade Graham is confident of being fit for next weekend’s clash with Newcastle after limping from the field in Saturday night's loss to Melbourne with a foot injury.
 

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BREAKING: @Cronulla_Sharks Bronson Xerri has had his phone confiscated by ASADA officials this morning. @NRL statement imminent @telegraph_sport




David Riccio

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The (NRL) has provisionally suspended Cronulla Sharks player Bronson Xerri under the NRL’s Anti-Doping Policy. The Suspension Notice asserts Xerri returned a positive A-sample for exogenous Testosterone, Androsterone, Etiocholanolone and 5b-androstane-3a,17b-diol.
1:45 PM · May 26, 2020