Nicho Hynes’ emotional admission after Sharks comeback win over Roosters, scores, highlights


A shocking second half efficiency from Nicho Hynes was the distinction because the Sharks overcame a half-time deficit to down the Sydney Roosters 22-12.

Within the second half alone, Hynes picked up 105 operating metres, made 4 sort out busts, two line breaks and a attempt help.

“That was superior – we’ve been so shut in all our video games and we labored actually onerous in that week and a half off,” he advised Fox League, proper as the house followers belted out Up, Up, Cronulla.

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“I am simply so proud that … we needed to come from behind there, and it is simply good we obtained that efficiency completed right here at house. And take heed to that, that is superior.”

The win snapped a seven-game shedding streak towards the Roosters, and in addition marked the primary time they’d crushed their beach-side rival at house since 2016.

Trailing 12-8 at half time, the Sharks rallied to attain three tries to zip within the second.

“We hadn’t received but right here at house, and we constructed a fortress right here final yr, so the followers deserve that win,” Hynes stated.

“And so does Fitzy (Coach Craig Fitzgibbon). Fitzy has been working extraordinarily onerous, he is been shedding all his hair, I do know he would not have a lot however, it is simply good for that confidence. 

Hynes stated he spent a lot of the bye week reminiscing about his second-half efficiency towards the Warriors in spherical 5.

Regardless of kicking effectively early within the match in atrocious circumstances at Shark Park, Hynes missed a conversion simply shy of the hour mark, after which one other penalty aim after the siren to power the match to golden level.

It was throughout this time affirmation got here of his new deal – reportedly value $7 million – that can see him keep within the Shire till at the very least the tip of 2029.

“I felt like I let the boys down, the crew down towards the Warriors in that second half,” he stated.

“My kicks weren’t adequate and I simply actually wished to make it as much as the boys, I am simply actually happy with the efforts and might’t wait to have a good time.”

Butcher binned after ‘semi-hip drop’

Mid-way by the primary half, Roosters’ second-rower Nat Butcher grew to become the newest to be despatched to the sin-bin for a hip drop sort out, on Briton Nikora.

Butcher was the second man into the sort out, and wrapped himself round Nikora’s waist, earlier than dropping to the bottom.

“That is a semi-hip drop,” Steve Roach stated in commentary for Fox Sports activities.

Referee Grant Atkins agreed, and despatched him to the bin.

Later, Brandon Smith scored his second attempt in Roosters colors, when the Steeden in his arms simply grazed the chalk as he reached out.

Early within the second half, there have been solely millimetres in it once more when Ronaldo Mulitalo scored a stunner within the nook, having simply barely stayed within the subject of play.

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Lindsay Collins was later denied when he was judged to have grounded the ball simply wanting the tryline.

The momentum of the sort out gave the impression to be completed when Collins surged once more. Atkins despatched it upstairs as a no-try, and the Bunker upheld the decision.

It was a choice that left Roosters coach Trent Robinson incensed.

In a farcical remaining few minutes, each Brandon Smith and Victor Radley have been binned for separate incidents – Smith for a excessive shot on Cameron McInnes, and Radley for a flop.

It was the eighth time in his profession that Radley had been despatched to the bin. The Roosters have by no means received a match wherein he has been binned.

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