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It was a warm and sunny Remondis Stadium which greeted the players for their Captain’s run as final the team went through their preparations ahead of tomorrow’s elimination finals match against Souths.

The mood was upbeat with the ball work session running for around 45 minutes, with the team looking sharp as they went about their work.

Prior to taking to the field the boys went over their game day tactics with a team video session before stretching and agility had them ready to go out onto the training paddock.

All 20 selected players trained as a part of the squad, with the coach giving no real sign as to who will be in his final 17 come 4.00pm tomorrow.

One thing however is certain and that is the fact that Andrew Fifita has put to rest any fears over his fitness with a solid final workout and his will be a part of the Sharks side for the elimination match.

At the end of the session the boys then signed jerseys and merchandise for a special Sharks fan Mitch who battle with Muscular Dystrophy. Mitch paid the team a visit and wished the team luck ahead of tomorrow’s game.

Following training the boys had luncheon outings in Cronulla, with rest and relaxation then on the menu for the remainder of the day ahead of Sunday’s big game.  

In addition to the team preparations, the Sharks were busy away from the field, with the launch of their 2016 Membership program yesterday.

Already impressive numbers have committed their support to the Sharks are members again in 2016, with those considering following suit encouraged to find out more, to join or to express your interest in becoming a Sharks Member in 2016 by going to the new membership portal at  - CLICK HERE.

The Sharks membership portal has an exciting new look, so click on the link above, get on board and confirm your support of the club in 2016.

And in game day information for Sunday, get down to Sharkies before heading out to Moore Park, with lunch specials on offer in the bistro. A burger and chips or spicy chicken wings and chips are just $10, with kids meals $5.

From there jump on one of the free Sharks buses arranged to transport the fans to Allianz Stadium. The free bus service runs from 12.30pm until last bus at 2.30pm.

The free buses will then return fans to Sharkies Leagues Club following the game.

Those interested in taking up the free bus offer need to register by going to the following link. CLICK HERE to register.

To access all the latest game day information complete with details for transport, ticketing, mechandise and the latest news go to the dedicated Finals page on the Sharks website.  CLICK HERE to access.

The Sharks v Souths match is scheduled for a 4.10pm kick off on Sunday.


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