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1982 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season

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1982 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season

The 1982 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season was the sixteenth in the club's history. Coached by Greg Pierce and captained by Steve Rogers and Dane Sorensen, they competed in the NSWRFL's 1982 Winfield Cup premiership, finishing the regular season 8th (out of 14) and failing to reach the finals. The Eels also competed in the 1982 KB Cup.

Rogers was Parramatta's only player selected for representative football, playing for New South Wales in the 1982 State of Origin series and for Australia on the 1982 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France.

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Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Parramatta 26 21 0 5 619 242 +377 42
2 Manly-Warringah 26 17 0 9 530 411 +119 34
3 North Sydney 26 16 1 9 399 360 +39 33
4 Eastern Suburbs 26 15 2 9 437 304 +133 32
5 Western Suburbs 26 16 0 10 412 349 +63 32
6 South Sydney 26 14 1 11 395 400 -5 29
7 Newtown 26 13 2 11 406 309 +97 28
8 Cronulla-Sutherland 26 13 1 12 400 336 +64 27
9 Canterbury-Bankstown 26 12 3 11 399 361 +38 27
10 St. George 26 11 2 13 408 402 +6 24
11 Balmain 26 10 1 15 383 427 -44 21
12 Penrith 26 7 1 18 375 441 -66 15
13 Illawarra 26 6 0 20 344 572 -228 12
14 Canberra 26 4 0 22 269 862 -593 8

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