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Cronulla Sutherland Sharks Rugby League NRL Trading Cards

Based in New South Wales, the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks have competed for half a century as members of the NRL Rugby League. Loyal collectors amass these sports trading cards that may increase in value depending on whether it is a signed certified original or a limited edition set containing all of the team players. Review the inventory of specific players, seasons and card attributes available in singles, team sets and other groupings to add to your collection.

Singles

Team players come and go, but you'll always have a picture of your favourite player to view at leisure when collecting cards. Cronulla Sutherland Sharks single NRL trading cards may contain cards for Steve Rogers, considered the greatest centre player of all times or other legend greats. Collectors may be interested in a Ray Corcoran card who played as a winger or Tommy Bishop who played 60 matches as a halfback and later became the team's coach.

Team Sets

So you always have a record of which players were part of a team, you can purchase Cronulla Sutherland Sharks team sets. The set may include a checklist cataloguing the name of the players stamped with the team's logo. Likewise, while you're collecting team sets you may be interested in collecting trading cards of their competitors, such as the Brisbane Broncos Rugby League from Queensland.

Sets

Specialty sets such as NRL game cards are available for specific years that include player stats for each player with some sets containing original autographs. Additionally, a collector may prize a premier set celebrating the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks victory over Melbourne Storm, Victoria, in 2016. Whatever cards you collect, make sure to either frame them using archival materials or keep the cards away from dust and light by storing the set in an album.

Lots

Bulk buying is always a viable option when collecting trading cards. Purchase as few as six or as many as 49 or more cards at one time. Most have minimal to no wear, and you can find specimens from the earlier days of play in 1970 up to present day.

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