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Talent: New Sharks winger Valentine Holmes. Picture: Chris Lane.

The Sharks are desperate to avoid the wooden spoon and are at the bottom of the competition.

But the Sharks have showed plenty of fight this season with a shocking injury roll and coaching staff changes.

What could have gone wrong this year for the Sharks, has gone wrong.

Only last weekend, prop Andrew Fifita broke his arm and is out for the season and had surgery last Tuesday.

Luke Lewis, Anthony Tupou, Jacob Gagan, are all sidelined with hamstring injuries.

Their stocks have been stretched, but still the Sharks have ‘‘aimed up’’ and tried hard each week.

Lock and skipper Paul Gallen is back after bicep injuries and missing the Warriors’ game with a bad virus which floored him.

But they have unearthed several new young players in the NRL competition who look to be genuine prospects.

One of those is 19-year-old Valentine Holmes, who has graduated from their under-20s team.

The Queensland speedster debuted against Parramatta and played with courage and skill against the powerful New Zealand Warriors last Sunday in Auckland, in the 16-12 loss.

Melbourne have dominated the Sharks in recent times winning seven of the past eight games between the two clubs.

What do you think the Sharks chances of winning are?

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