In the NRL Preliminary finals over the weekend, the Cronulla Sharks have made history, defeating the 2015 Premiers, North Queensland Cowboys, 32 points to 20.
The win secures them a Grand Final spot after missing out for almost twenty one years.
The Sharks will face Melbourne Storms in the 2016 NRL Premiership decider, this Sunday.
Paul Gallen’s hope of seeing his team, Cronulla Sharks, make the 2016 season, their year to reign, is one game away from affirmation.
The Cronulla side will meet rival, Storms in the NRL grand final this Sunday.
Holding the top spot on the ladder, and all focused on the premiership title, Melbourne Storms have proved themselves to be the greater team on Saturday night, when they stormed their way with a winning finish of 14 points to 12 victory, against Canberra Raiders.
Though, the Raiders were classed as the best defensive team of the season, it was not enough to hold off the storm.
The clash this Sunday is a must-see match, as underdogs, Sharks meet a much more superior side, the Melbourne Storms.