The sharks have re-signed promising young halfback Braydon Trindall.
Trindal has been signed for a further two seasons.
The playmaker is relatively unknown in the rugby league community.
At only the age of 19, he is one of the best young prospects coming through the lower grades.
Trindall was awarded the Man of the Match in the SG ball grand final match for steering his team to win the premiership.
Shane Flanagan did speak very highly of the young star, telling the club’s website, “He’s an exciting halfback, a very instinctive offensive player and he had a fantastic Jersey Flegg season last year.”
The signing could mean that Matt Moylan will be the player to move to fullback, leaving Kyle Flanagan and Chad Townsend to combine in the halves.
This would mean that Trindall would be the backup if either were to be injured.
This signing means that the Sharks have arguably the best depth in the halves position.