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Barba shows shades of former brilliance with Sharks

Cronulla's Michael Gordon says you can expect to see a revamped Cronulla attack, with new half Ben Barba set to change the way the club plays, while Michael Ennis reckons the livewire is already showing shades of the 2012 form which saw him grab the Dally M Medal.

Having signed 25 year old Barba as a replacement for Todd Carney, the Sharks are set to partner him with Jeff Robson next season. According to Gordon, the new enterprise will revolutionise their attack.

"He is very dynamic with the ball, I suppose it will change...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 07:53

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Jonte Pattison tipped as next spin sensation

The good judges began scribbling the name of Jonte Pattison into their little black book a couple of years ago.

Now the rest of the cricket world are about to witness the 18 year old spin bowler's talent for themselves.

The Central Coast teen has been chosen by the Sydney Thunder as their development rookie for the Twenty20 Big Bash season.

Not bad considering Pattison has just completed his HSC and only began bowling leg spin five years ago.

However, his chance to take on the big boys isn't a shock to those...

 

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