Harvey Norman Man of the Match
Sharks skipper Paul Gallen was a worthy winner of the first Harvey Norman Man of the Match, presented on field immediately after the game against the Raiders last night.
Gallen won a television, which in turn he can donate to his chosen club, community organisation or charity.
Gal chose Greystanes Bulldogs junior league under 6’s, a club in the Parramatta Catholic competition with which he has had an affiliation with dating back to his junior days.
At the members only presentation conducted in the auditorium after the game, Gallen was also named as the Summersalt Coaches Award winner, while Chris Heighington took away the Pontifex Jewellers Player’s Player.
Member Get Member
In attempting to build a bigger membership base, one that will give the Sharks the strength and resources to ultimately see us proudly positioned as the benchmark Club in the NRL, we are looking for members of our club to play a part.
While you have already contributed, now you can personally help us grow the Club even further and share the experience of being a Sharks Member with family and friends
Simply sign-up new Members to our home at “Sharkland” and in return those who encourage them to sign up will receive some great rewards.
As Sharks Group CEO Lyall Gorman has said on many occasions since coming on board; “You, our Members, are the fundamental pillar on which our future success will be built.”
OUR THANK YOU: As well as the satisfaction from growing our Club and the game, here’s how we would like to say thank you. Sign-up:
• 1-4 new Adult Members / $20.00 merchandise voucher
• 1-4 new Junior Members / $10.00 merchandise voucher
• 5 + new Adult/Junior Members /$75.00 merchandise voucher
• 10 + new Adult/Junior Members/ $150.00 merchandise voucher.
Sign-up the most new Members and receive airfares, accommodation and game-day tickets for two to an away game with the opportunity to meet our players and coach.
Wendell Sailor via twitter has thrown out the challenge to any NRL players who think they can dance and Cronulla Shark Junior Roqica has emerged as the early competition favourite.
Click on the link shared on the @realbigdell twitter account and check out Junior’s moves – CLICK HERE - https://amp.twimg.com/v/19a14877-a484-46f6-bbb0-08fbfa63b173
Sharks in the News
While on the news front, the match reports coming from the Sharks loss to the Raiders hardly made for great reading, although many Sharks fans will be interested to hear Brett Kimmorley’s views on the Sosaia Feki sin-binning for his role in a fight with Canberra’s Jack Wighton inhis Noddy’s Weekend Wash-Up.
Noddy’s weekend wash-up – Daily Telegraph – CLICK HERE
Canberra Times - CLICK HERE
Casualty ward – Daily Telegraph - CLICK HERE