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Lachlan Miller kills his debut when the Cronulla Sharks defeats the Gold Coast Titans


The representative of Australia at last year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo Miller was elusive with a ball in his hands as a result of sharp footwork, honed in the code, where one-on-one competitions are much more common.

In more favorable conditions for the attackers, the 27-year-old rider pumped out 201 running meters.

Miller, who also made 10 breaks in rebounds, almost looked out of place – other than the high kick he allowed to bounce on the wet – and will undoubtedly make a successful career in the NRL if he continues to take risks.

“He’s tense on his feet,” said Shark coach Craig Fitzgibbon, who said he would be a brave man not to turn Will Kennedy aside next week as a defender against the Roosters.

“Lachi has shown that he is capable of it [playing first grade]. It is useful. He is not afraid of big moments. “

Miller and Hines were excellent, the latter making an attempt and setting up another one, as the Sharks have won seven in a row over the Titans since the 2018 round.

Nika Hines has once again excelled in Craig Fitzgibbon’s Cronula.Credit:Getty

The Sharks need to show more consistency to be considered a contender for the presidency, but their victory of four to three attempts has been an encouraging step in the right direction in the awful conditions on the Gold Coast.

Fitzgibbon’s men jumped to fourth place, ahead of “Broncos” and “Ugra” by a difference in points.

Wounded Fr. 30-10 touches by Canberra’s hands Last week Cronulla was chasing his tail when Wallace dived from close range in the 17th minute.

But the guests fought back thanks to a clever unloading of the British Nicore, who finished off Connor Tracy on the right.

With a score of 6-6 after a hopeless first half Cronullo scored first after a break with a sensational long-distance attempt that began on their 40-meter line.

Ronaldo Multital found himself in space on the left flank after several hot potato passes before throwing a crunchy 15-meter ball that hit Hines in the chest, aiming for a trillion.


The scenario was turned upside down for the next four-pointer in the 50th minute when Hines put Multital in the corner to make the score 18-6 after a tough conversion on the sideline.

When Wallace made his second attempt at the end of the second half, the Titans needed two attempts in eight minutes to bring the game to the golden point.

They got one before Cronulla refrained from returning to the winner’s circle.

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