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The annual Community Carnival, which sees Sharks NRL players along with NRL Game Development Officers spreading positive healthy living messages and promoting the sport of rugby league, will take place in February next year.

Confirmed for Tuesday, February 4, the Community Carnival will see the Sharks visit more than 20 schools and interact with over 6,000 students, all in the one day.

Schools can register their interest now in having the Sharks drop by for what is a half-hour session involving an educational-type presentation on key healthy living and anti-bullying messages. The presentations are best suited towards a school assembly-type set up.

Two Sharks NRL squad members and an NRL Game Development Officer will visit each school.

To book the time that best suits, schools are encouraged to contact NRL and Sharks Game Development Officer Matt Tope at [email protected]. Morning and afternoon sessions are available.

Contact us now and have the Sharks visit your school in February next year.
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