The Warriors get near halfway on their set before pinging the Sharks back inside their 20.
Carney with a towering midfield bomb and Kevin Locke barely gathers the tricky kick.
Warriors turn over the ball and the Sharks are hot on attack.
Warriors' line defence being tested here.
The crowd today is good, but not quite as good as last weekend's bumper turnout against the Storm. Overhead it's a little gloomier too, but no chance of rain. Dry surface should suit the Warriors.
Tackle five near the line and a little grubber from Morris is tapped out of play by Nielsen. Warriors dropout.
Possession at 50/50 through nine minutes.
The Sharks making a bit of a mess of their repeat set, but they still have the ball.
Wade Graham with a beautiful pass for Jonathon Wright to slip through a hole and cross almost untouched.
That pesky right edge of the Warriors' defence again leaky.
Carney has made 28/29 this season for a 97 per cent success rate, but he hits the post from wide. 4-0 Sharks.
The Warriors' right edge is exposed again. It was a situation they probably should have dealt with but Todd Carney delayed his pass and Konrad Hurrell simply misread the situation. That's 36 tries conceded by the Warriors down the right side this season - the worst in the NRL
And a bad omen for the Warriors - the Sharks have won every time they have scored this season. Six from six.
12 MINS - WARRIORS 0 SHARKS 4
Penalty Sharks near halfway and they'll have another real crack at the Warriors' defence.
The Sharks go straight back to the left to see if they can find another hole.
Tackle five three metres out...
Carney with a neat kick that looked set to cause trouble in the in-goal, but it hits the upright and the Warriors pounce on possession.
Penalty Warriors and they might be able to give their defence a bit of a rest.
Warriors inside the 40 after tackle three, but Shaun Johnson drops a straightforward pass.
To be fair to Johnson, the ball from Leuluai was slightly behind him.
Things not quite clicking for the Warriors in the opening 15 minutes.
Execution looks a little lacking from the Warriors early on. They aren't the clinical, polished side they looked last week. Early days but there are some ominous signs.
Sharks have an 88 per cent completion rate and they're threatening after another solid set.
Stapleton gathers Carney's bomb above Manu Vatuvei but Dane Nielsen tackles the winger near the line.
The Warriors need to settle things down and play the grind a bit more and try to build some pressure. They're playing quite laterally and it's seen them push a few passes. If they can complete more than 80 percent of their sets, the Warriors normally win.
High shot on Nathan Friend and the Warriors have a penalty near halfway.
Warriors take their second tackle on the 10.
Locke, and then Friend, go oh so close but the Sharks hang on.
And the Sharks come away with possession.
Sharks quickly break into the Warriors half, get inside the 20 and then cough up the ball.
Razzle dazzle stuff from the visitors there but it comes to nothing.
20 minutes in and the Warriors are probably pleased to be within four.
Johnson with a well-placed grubber in-goal but Michael Gordon narrowly escapes.
Third penalty of the day gives Cronulla a lift out of their 20.
Sharks start the set five metres inside the Warriors' half.
The Warriors having to do a lot of tackling in the first 23 minutes.
Carney kicks but it goes straight into the legs of Mateo. He tries to pick it up and fumbles and the Sharks have the ball.