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Rockingham Sharks cause big upset in NRL WA Premiership

The Rockingham Sharks caused an upset at South Perth in round three of the NRL WA Fuel to Go and Play Premiership on Saturday, coming away from George Burnett Park with a 26-14 win.

The Sharks welcomed back hooker Andrew Jeffery and back-rower Josh Bransby to record their second win of the season thanks to tries from fullback Quintin Fui, wingers Jezreel Kasuas and Hayden Wood, as well as a fourth from Jono Mato as skipper Keelyn Tuuta-Edwards kicked four goals and a late penalty to seal victory.

Fui was outstanding at the back for the Sharks, with coach Darren Shaw voting him his player of the day.

“He’s a tough kid, but this was an all-round solid performance, “Shaw said.

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