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Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow Shines as Dolphins secure 28-30 upset over Sharks

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In an electrifying match at PointsBet Stadium, the Dolphins secured a thrilling 30-28 victory over the Sharks, led by a standout performance from Maroons superstar Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow.

The Dolphins raced to a 22-0 lead with tries from Max Plath, Herbie Farnworth, Jack Bostock, and Jake Averillo, displaying explosive early dominance. However, the Sharks mounted a fierce comeback, closing the gap to 22-18 by halftime with tries from Royce Hunt, Briton Nikora, and Ronaldo Mulitalo. The second half saw the Sharks briefly take the lead, but Tabuai-Fidow’s sensational length-of-the-field try and Jamayne Isaako’s crucial penalty kick sealed the Dolphins’ first win in Sydney this season.

The game began with a commanding performance by the Dolphins, but the Sharks’ resilience brought them back into contention. Nicho Hynes played a pivotal role for the Sharks, orchestrating tries and nearly sending the game to golden point with a late kick. However, his missed conversion in the final moments allowed the Dolphins to escape with a narrow victory. This match highlighted the Dolphins’ tenacity and ability to respond under pressure, marking a significant triumph in their season as they outlasted the Sharks in a dramatic showdown.

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