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Membership update 

The Sharks can announce all memberships have been sent to our mail house for distribution and cards/passes have been hitting letterboxes this week.

Those membership passes which have not yet been delivered will certainly be in the hands of members prior to the Sharks round one match with the Raiders on March 8.

On other membership matters, premium seats are still available but are selling fast. With all Platinum memberships now includes exclusive car park access, while we remind members that they will also receive a $30 Sharks Store merchandise voucher with all individual memberships ($80 voucher with family memberships).

With a large crowd expected for the Sharks round one match against the Raiders, get your 2015 membership now to take advantage of the members’ only entrance for quick access.

Not signed on as a 2015 Sharks member yet? Follow the link to our membership page – -
get on board, support YOUR club and become a Sharks member in 2015.

(NOTE: Memberships purchased after Monday, February 24, can be collected at the game from dedicated membership marquees located at Remondis Stadium).


Junior Sharks home opener

The Sharks junior rep sides play round three matches this weekend against the Bulldogs in what are their first home games for 2015.

The Matthews Cup and SG Ball Sharks both had round one byes before going down to Parramatta last weekend and will be keen to atone in front of a home crowd at Remondis Stadium on Saturday.

The under 16’s Matthews Cup match is scheduled to get underway at 12 noon, followed by the Under 18 SG Ball clash at 1.30pm.

For team lists and more information click the link below:

Rally for the Jets

The Newtown Jets, the Sharks partner club in the VB NSW Cup competition in 2015, is holding a fan rally tomorrow at The Vic Enmore from 2pm to 5pm.

Free for everyone to attend and a perfect opportunity to also entertain the kids, the afternoon will include games like Pass the Ball, Impossible Basketball Shot, and table tennis competitions; a spit roast (free for 2015 Jets members); a free jumping castle and face painting for the little ones as well as DJs spinning some great tunes.

For more info on the Jets Fan Rally click the link below:

Free entry to Henson for Sharks members

Beginning with their round one match against the Wests Tigers on March 7, the Newtown Jets are offering free entry to Sharks members at all home games played at Henson Park.

The Sharks and Jets partner up in 2015 and are set to field a highly competitive side in the NSW Cup competition.

On the same day as the Jets tackle the Wests Tigers in their season-opener the Sharks Junior reps will be on show, with the Matthews Cup and SG Ball teams to take on the Roosters in two entertaining curtain-raisers.

Look out for the ‘Shark Cry’

The ‘Shark Cry’ was introduced to more than 100 kids this morning with pupils from Yarrawarrah Primary and Lucas Heights Community Schools in attendance.

The students were taking part in a four week long Backyard League program at the Ridge Sporting Complex, with the Sharks having the opportunity to engage with kids before the clinic got underway.

The Shark Cry was led by Tim Thorne and supported by Sharks NYC squad members Jayden McDonogh, Josh Addo-Carr and Thomas Levi, with the players finishing off their involvement by signing autographs, answering a few questions and participating in some games with the kids.  

The Sharks will return next week to visit those students who they didn't get around to today.

At the Backyard League event the Sharks also took the chance to promote Junior Rugby League and also information regarding the opportunities for boys and girls to register their interest to play touch/tag at Remondis Stadium during half-time of Sharks home games throughout the 2015 season.

This link for more information can be found by going to;

And be sure to look out for the ‘Shark Cry’ at a Sharks game day or event sometime soon.


Sharks in the News

Wade Graham represented the Sharks at the NRL’s Season Launch held at the Opera House yesterday. As a part of the launch, Graham spoke to a number of media outlets about the Sharks prospects heading into the season opener on March 8, while also touching on various issues affecting the game.

To read a Sydney Morning Herald media report, click the link below:

Graham was also interviewed by Amie Lindsell from NRL Films. To see what he had to say, click the link below:

And where do the Sharks fit into the Sydney Morning Herald’s assessment of the 200 best players?

Click the link below to view the list and to see if you agree with their ratings.

Acknowledgement of Country

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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