Paul Macadam ventures down to Southern Cross Stadium to watch his beloved Cronulla Sharks take on the Gold Coast Titans.
Paul takes a look at the lopsided clash between the Penrith Panthers and the Cronulla Sharks.
Paul McAdam is a happy man after Cronulla beat the Storm in a dire match. The Sharks now sit in third spot on the ladder after a three match win streak.
Paul Macadam is happy for the Cronulla win, and knows where he’ll be come next round.
Paul is second guessing whether the Cronulla Sharks are suffering from their premiership hangover. After two losses from three games, it’s certainly not an ideal start to defending the cup.
Cronulla Sharks proved their doubters wrong on the weekend, avoiding the premiership hangover by getting their first win of the season in Round 2. And it was a thrashing, writes Paul Macadam.
The Cronulla Sharks did not make the start to their premiership defence that Paul Macadam had hoped for however don’t write the boys from the Shire off just yet.
Can this get any better! Paul Macadam is ecstatic about Cronulla’s great victory.
Into the NRL Grand Final go Cronulla and boy is Paul Macadam excited. Go Sharks!
Preliminary Finals in the NRL and Paul Macadam is toey, his Sharks are seeking their first ever premiership and have a scratchy prelim finals record while the Cowboys, are defending their Flag. Promises to be a classic match, winner into the GF.
Paul McAdam, Cronulla man, brings us this beauty from the NRL Finals pressure cooker. “It feels like a turning point. Not just for this season, but potentially in the history of the club…”
Paul Macadam’s Cronulla Sharks were hot, now it seems they’ve gone cold, losing this time to Souths.
Paul Macadam ventured into the Dragon’s den with optimism his Sharks would prevail only to be taunted by supporters and the lack of Cronulla success.
Paul Macadam has been busy (“most sharehouses are alike”), but he’s back at Shark Park to see the Sharks’ winning streak reach 15. [The pleasure and pain of a long-term fan – Ed].
Cronulla makes it 10 wins in a row and Paul Macadam rides the tension of a grinding home game win against the Cowboys.
When Cronulla played Newcastle gulfs in experience and quality were bound to be evident reports Paul Macadam.
Shark Park was the venue for Paul Mcadam’s public transport assisted viewing of Cronulla’s fifth consecutive win.
Paul Macadam dreads Cronulla games against Storm however the Sharks had no fear in a solid win.
Paul Macadam reviews the Sharks round 3 loss to Manly
Paul Macadam make a nice Almanac debut with this report on the Sharks big win at, ahem what’s Shark Park now called? [Well played Paul]