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Sharks Beat Cowboys To Reach The Grand Final

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Cronulla has qualified for its first grand final in 19 years by dismantling North Queensland 32-20 in their preliminary final at the Sydney Football Stadium.

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Legendary rugby league coach Jack Gibson once said waiting for Cronulla to win the grand final was like leaving the porch light on for Harold Holt, and many Sharks fans turned up in wetsuits with signs of Holt saying:"I'm coming home."
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It's about time. Go the Sharks! All the best for the final.
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"I kind of dreamed of it when I announced my retirement, thinking how good it would be, [but] this is unbelievable," hooker Michael Ennis told the ABC.

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The result sent the 36,717-strong crowd into raptures on Friday night as the Sharks moved a step closer to claiming their first title in their 50-year history and ended the Cowboys' hopes of winning back-to-back premierships.
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"I kind of dreamed of it when I announced my retirement, thinking how good it would be, [but] this is unbelievable," hooker Michael Ennis told the ABC.

Sounds like someone is getting a little too excited here, they haven't won it all just yet.
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THE Sharks are just one win away from their first ever premiership after a sizzling attacking display ended the Cowboys premiership defence, with Cronulla winning 32-20.
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Things got ugly for the Cowboys almost from the get-go when Lachlan Coote dropped Cronulla's first kick of the night in just the second minute. They were able to pull it out and hopefully they can win it all.
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