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Why Cronulla always knew their star player Valentine Holmes was always coming back to haunt them


Cronulla let go of rising superstar Valentine Holmes in 2019, giving the green light for his NFL dream where he fell just short – with the club saying his NRL homecoming was always going to haunt them as the one that got away.

The Townsville-born star returned home to ink a mega-deal with the North Queensland Cowboys after he was eventually cut from the New York Jets practice squad.

Tonight, he heads back to Shark Park to take on second-placed Cronulla in his first finals game at PointsBet Stadium since walking out on the NRL four years ago. 

Valentine Holmes skips away from Scott Sorenson during round 25 - Holmes scored three tries in the Cowboys win

Valentine Holmes skips away from Scott Sorenson during round 25 – Holmes scored three tries in the Cowboys win

Holmes was a key part of the 2016 Sharks maiden premiership-winning side, where he became known as one of the games best wingers…



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