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NRL 2012 Round 13 Schedule:
Parramatta Eels VS Cronulla Sharks
Date: Mon. 4th June, 2012
Start Time: 7:00 pm,4:00 Time ET (GMT -5)
Venue: Parramatta Stadium
Televised: Fox Sports 2
The History: Played 75; Sharks 40, Eels 35. The Sharks have been victorious six of the past eight clashes and incredibly they hold a 12-8 advantage over the Eels at Parramatta Stadium. However, the Eels were runaway winners (40-6) the last time they played at the venue in Round 11 last season.
The Last Time They Met: The Sharks defeated the Eels 24-18 in a thrilling showdown at Toyota Stadium in Round 7.
The Eels drew first blood when Jarryd Hayne sidestepped through the Sharks’ right-side defence in the fifth minute for a 6-nil lead. But three Sharks tries in less than 10 minutes (two from kicks) left the home side with a commanding 18-6 lead at the 24th minute, an advantage they would take to the halftime break.
The second half produced end-to-end action but just six points on the scoreboard – with Stewart Mills scoring the match-winner for the Sharks in the 48th minute off a Todd Carney left-to-right torpedo pass.
It was a bitter pill for Eels fans to swallow: their side made 21 runs more than the opposition and managed 133 metres more territory but couldn’t transfer the advantage to points.
Interchange Wade Graham had his best game in Sharks colours, running for 175 metres with an offload and a line-break, while Carney (two try assists) and Paul Gallen (202 metres) starred also.