Old foes in top of the table clash

KEY MAN: Veteran Shellharbour winger Jamie Manukonga will be a key player when the Sharks do battle with fierce rivals Warilla-Lake South on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

KEY MAN: Veteran Shellharbour winger Jamie Manukonga will be a key player when the Sharks do battle with fierce rivals Warilla-Lake South on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

TWO old rivals will lock horns in a top of the table clash when Shellharbour City hosts Warilla-Lake South on Saturday. 

The Gorillas are still sitting unbeaten at the top of the table, while the Sharks only loss so far came last time the two teams met in the opening round. 

Last time they met was on Gorillas soil, so the home ground advantage could be just what the Sharks need to hand them their first defeat. 

The long-standing rivalry between the two clubs is all the players will need to lift for the game, but the top spot on the ladder should give them even more motivation. 

The Sharks won’t have liked losing last time they played and will no doubt be hoping they can get their revenge on Saturday. 

The Sharks look to be almost at full-strength, while the Gorillas look like they will be without their captain Andrew Diomei, but still have most of the side that has been so hard to beat. 

It is a tough game to call, but whoever wins, it should be a great game.  

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