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SportCronulla Sharks prop Braden Hamlin-Uele to reject New Zealand Warriors deal

22:02  12 june  2019
22:02  12 june  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Cronulla Sharks prop Braden Hamlin-Uele to reject New Zealand Warriors deal© Getty Images

Cronulla super-sub Braden Hamlin-Uele will reportedly shun a lucrative offer from the New Zealand Warriors to re-sign with the Sharks.

According to The Daily Telegraph, the Auckland-born prop has agreed to terms with The Shire Club despite strong interest from the Warriors.

The 24-year-old made his NRL debut for the North Queensland Cowboys in 2017 before joining Cronulla in 2018.

He managed just one appearance for the Sharks under Shane Flanagan last season to take his career tally to two first-grade games.

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The Kiwi powerhouse made the most of his opportunities in 2019 after earning a spot in John Morris’ squad against the Sydney Roosters in Round 5 due to the club’s heavy early-season injury toll.

He is now a key weapon off the bench having played eight games this campaign and will be rewarded with a new multi-year deal to be finalised in the coming days.

Hamlin-Uele will once again come off the bench in Thursday’s Round 14 clash against the Canberra Raiders.

Having welcomed back Matt Moylan (hamstring) and Wade Graham (knee) in recent weeks, half-back Shaun Johnson is also considered a chance to return from a hamstring injury against The Green Machine.

The Sharks sit in sixth place on the NRL ladder with a 7-5 record despite their well-documented injury crisis to start 2019.

They face another tough assignment in the nation’s capital against the fourth-placed Canberra Raiders.

Cronulla prop Braden Hamlin-Uele officially re-commits to Sharks until 2022.
Cronulla prop Braden Hamlin-Uele officially re-commits to Sharks until 2022

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