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Sharks members and fans, along with rugby league supporters in general on the Central Coast are invited to attend a Sharks open training session tomrrow, Wednesday, February 18.

The Sharks arrived on the Central Coast on Monday evening and trained today as they use the camp to prepare for their trial match against the Wests Tigers the following Saturday, while also taking the opportunity to put some final polish on their pre-season preparations. 

The open training run, to be held at the Central Coast Grammar School from 5.00 to 7.00pm tomorrow, will see the Sharks scrimmage against the Erina First Grade side which competes in the local Central Coast competition.

After watching the two teams goes through their paces at the scrimmage, fans will then get the chance to meet their favourite players following the session.

In all coach Shane Flanagan will take around 28 players into camp, the large number an indication of the depth in the club in 2015 and also the competition for places in the NRL line up for their round one match against the Raiders.

Following their week away at All Stars, captain Paul Gallen and new recruit Ben Barba will join their teammates in camp, with the entire NRL squad set to attend. 

The Sharks Merchandise van will be on site for Central Coast fans to pick up that special item of 2015 Sharks apparel, while representatives from the Membership Team can look after all member needs and enquiries.

Don’t miss it Central Coast Sharks fans, join the team at the Open Training Session, next Wednesday, February 18.

What: Sharks Open Training Session and Player Meet and Greet

When: Wednesday, Feb 18, 5 – 7pm

Where: Central Coast Grammar School

Note - Sharks Merchandise Van on site - get your 2015 Sharks apparel before the new season gets underway. 


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