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    Blayke Brailey is set to continue as Cronulla's long term number nine after signing a four-year contract extension

    Blayke Brailey is set to continue as Cronulla's long term number nine after signing a four-year contract extension

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Brailey rejected interest from NRL rivals, keeping him at the Sharks until the end of 2026.

    It makes the 23-year-old the longest signed player at the club.

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