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Members of the Cronulla Sharks NYC squad carried on the message of the ‘Shark Cry’ program in meeting with over 400 school children on Friday morning.

Following on from their first visits to Yarrawarrah Primary and Lucas Heights Community Schools, Josh Addo-Carr and Thomas Levi today returned to see the students they were unable to meet with last week.

Meanwhile, fellow NYC player Travis Edwards attended a PSSA touch football event at Waratah Oval at Sutherland to further promote Backyard League.

Edwards met with close to 300 schoolgirls who were participating this morning, signing autographs and taking photos with the kids after their allotted games.

The Shark Cry program encourages junior participation across both rugby league and touch football, and the club hopes to pay more visits to schools in the local area in the coming weeks.

The players and community officers also took the time today to promote the opportunity for boys and girls to register their interest to play touch or tag at Remondis Stadium during half time throughout the 2015 season.

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