Sharks adamant Trindall absence won't derail NRL season

By Scott Bailey
Updated April 24 2024 - 4:25pm, first published 4:21pm
Cronulla's Nicho Hynes believes the Sharks can continue their impressive start to the season. (James Gourley/AAP PHOTOS)
Cronulla's Nicho Hynes believes the Sharks can continue their impressive start to the season. (James Gourley/AAP PHOTOS)

Nicho Hynes insists Cronulla's season will not be derailed by Braydon Trindall's driving charges, as the Sharks prepare for time without their in-form five-eighth.

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