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1997 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season

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1997 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season

1997 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
League 2nd SL
1997 record W14 L8 D0
Points for 445 (75 tries, 72 goals, 1 field goal)
Points against 312 (50 tries, 55 goals, 2 field goals)
Team information
Coach John Lang
Captain Andrew Ettingshausen
Mitch Healey
Ground Shark Park
Average attendance 13,558
Top scorers
Tries Mat Rogers (14)
Goals Mat Rogers (70)
Points Mat Rogers (196)
 < 1996 1998
The 1997 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks season was the 31st in the club's history. They competed in Super League's 1997 Telstra Cup premiership, reaching the Grand Final in which they were defeated by the Brisbane Broncos.

Ladder

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Brisbane 18 14 1 3 481 283 +198 29
2 Cronulla-Sutherland 18 12 0 6 403 230 +173 24
3 Canberra 18 11 0 7 436 337 +99 22
4 Canterbury 18 10 0 8 453 447 +6 20
5 Penrith 18 9 0 9 431 462 -31 18
6 Hunter 18 7 0 11 350 363 -13 14
7 Auckland 18 7 0 11 332 406 -74 14
8 Perth Reds 18 7 0 11 321 456 -135 14
9 Adelaide 18 6 1 11 303 402 -99 13
10 North Queensland 18 5 2 11 328 452 -124 12

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