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With media personality and former Miss Australia Jesinta Campbell the ‘master of ceremonies’ more than 190 people were at the Summer Salt Restaurant at Cronulla to celebrate Women in League at the Sharks annual luncheon.

Campbell presided over of room of both male and female guests, with the list of attendees including the likes of Tracy Bevan from McGrath Foundation, new NRL Head of Community Adam Check, Corene Strauss from the CEO Men of League Foundation, along with representatives of the NRL, the Sharks and the Cronulla Sutherland Junior League. 

The partners, wives, mothers and even daughters of Shark players were in the room, led by 2014 club Women in League Ambassador Sonia Lewis, wife of Luke. Cronulla Sharks staff, Junior League volunteers, members and fans, corporate partners and sponsors were also present on the day.

Sharks NRL players Beau Ryan, Todd Carney, Wade Graham and Michael Gordon took part in a panel discussion with Campbell firing off the questions, while Luke Lewis was only too happy to hand out prizes to the lucky raffle winners.

First prize in the raffle was a white gold diamond eternity ring worth $2,000 donated by Affinity Diamonds.

Summer Salt at Elouera Beach provided the venue, which included a great view and wonderful food, while the McGrath Foundation were to receive 50% of all fundraising activities from the event.

The Sharks Women In League Luncheon, which was sold out this year, is one of the most highly anticipated events on the clubs social calendar.


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Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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