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Fan Forums, visits to local shopping precincts the past two Saturday’s and a planned appearance at Sylvanvale’s Fun in the Sun carnival tomorrow are just some of the initiatives the Sharks are engaging in as they ramp up their community involvement and interaction ahead of the Christmas break.

Venturing out in to the Sutherland Shire over the past two Saturday’s NRL squad members visited Gymea, Sutherland and Cronulla on the first weekend, then Engadine and again Cronulla Mall on the second, handing out membership information, signing autographs, posing for photos and chatting to fans.
Joining the playing group were incoming Group CEO Lyall Gorman and head NRL coach Shane Flanagan, with the pair also talking to the Sharks supporters and members of the public on the day.

The Community visits were extremely well received by the fans all at the various Shire venues, with the Sharks players also appreciating the warm welcomes and good wishes received.
In Sharks Patrol Part 2, the Fifita twins Andrew and David assumed the role of Sharks TV host, talking with fans, their fellow teammates and even a couple of players from other NRL clubs.
The pair ‘terrorised’ the locals with their microphone and special brand of comedy, with the result being an entertaining time for all.

See what the Fifita’s and their Sharks teammates got up to in Cronulla last Saturday.
#SharksPatrol, Part 2, is now playing on Sharks TV.

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