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    Cronulla forward Andrew Fifita has apologised to the club for his post-try outburst against North Queensland

    Cronulla forward Andrew Fifita has apologised to the club for his post-try outburst against North Queensland

    - article from

    Fifita is believed to have fronted the Sharks' coaching staff after
    gesticulating towards assistant coach Jim Dymock following a crucial try.

    He claimed the reaction was directed at Dymock who gave him a spray at

    Captain Paul Gallen says if that's the result of Dymock provoking him then he
    should keep doing it.

    Gallen says the Fifita that played in the first half on the weekend was not
    the player they needed him to be.


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