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Michael Ennis joined Channel Seven News sports presenter Jim Wilson at Cronulla High School on Monday as a part of Seven's Inspire Schools Program.

The 40-50 Year 11 students listened to Ennis speak about the Shark’s charity work in the local community and the training regime and preparation undertaken by the team prior to each game.

The experienced hooker and now accomplished media presenter, also talked about the importance of leadership, not just on the football field but in all walks of life.

As for Wilson, the leading sports journalist and Seven sports anchorman spoke to students about his three decades’ working in the media, also sharing his advice on leadership and on the importance of preparation in working life.

The pair also addressed the students about goal setting and general schooling.

After the session with the Cronulla High students Ennis conducted an interview with Wilson, touching on the Sharks disappointing loss to the Dragons and his potential call-up for State of Origin game 2.

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To watch a brief video interview with Ennis and Wilson – CLICK HERE -

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