They won't all be wearing red and blue until next season but that doesn't mean we're not keeping track of our new recruits.
With the 2019 NRL pre-season getting closer by the minute, we've been keeping a close eye on how the likes of Jesse Ramien, Tim Glasby and Edrick Lee have been performing.
Fortunately for the Club, all our new additions have been in fine form.
While Cronulla went down to Brisbane on Thursday, the centre produced another consistent performance.
Ramien ran for 126 metres in 13 uses of the ball. Two of those runs were from dummy half.
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The young gun also made 48 post-contact metres. It was the second most post-contact only behind Paul Gallen on 53.
His attack has a lot to like about it.
He broke three tackles and produced the offload which kick-started an incredible passage of play which finished in the Sharks' first try.
Defensively, he's continues his strong efforts from last week with a 90 percent tackle efficiency. He made nine tackles against the Broncos, missing just one.
Glasby featured for 36 minutes in last week's win over Canberra.
He made three tackle breaks, his most since Round 6 against the Knights where he also made three.
While limited for game time, Glasby didn't miss a tackle, made 13 tackles and ran for 52 metres with 23 post-contact.
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Our newest recruit is yet to don Knights colours in first grade but has pulled together a number of games in the ISP NSW.
The prop didn't play on Saturday as he was 18th man for the NRL side in Townsville on Friday night.
The Cronulla winger didn't turn out for the Sharks on the weekend due to injury.