THE MPNFL Sharks have culled the interleague squad to less than 60 players as preparation continues for the May 21 clash against Northern Football League.
Coach John Hynes said despite the fact that the list was starting to be fine-tuned, there were some players who were continuing to be added to the squad.
Young Frankston YCW star defender Brenton Credlin has been added to the squad while Dan Gormley from Mt Eliza and Beau McMurray from Dromana has also been added.
One player that is not in the squad but demands selection in the first five rounds is Hastings’ Luke Hewitt.
Gormley and McMurray have been added for their forward power and prowess and they are wonderful, experienced players.
However, there is no more explosive, powerful, strong marking, goal kicking, forward pressuring forward in the competition at the moment than Luke Hewitt.
The Sharks have also elected five leaders to take the team into the match.
Frankston YCW defenders Byron and Anthony Barry, Mornington star defender Warwick Miller, Dromana coach Rikki Johnston, Pines mid Luke Potts and Sorrento skipper James Hallahan are all part of the leadership group.
Training will continue at Frankston’s Jubillee Park over the next couple of weeks before a final week hit out at Kars St Oval.