The Sharks take on the Tigers in Campbelltown on Saturday in a match where they will be looking to build on the momentum created by their exciting win over the Melbourne Storm on Monday night.
Kicking off at 5.30pm, a win would establish the Sharks in the top eight following the opening five rounds of the 2016 season.
Which makes it important for Sharks members and fans to show their support – from wherever that might be – and the Sharks have two perfect offerings to suit the stay at home fan or those wanting to head west to see the action live from the Stadium.
If you are wanting to stay in the Shire on Saturday, the best place to watch the Sharks take on the Tigers is on the big screen in the Summertime Bar in Sharks Leagues Club
It’s the last night of daylight savings so why not enjoy the outdoors and come to Summertime Bar, with food specials, a jumping castle to keep the kids occupied, along with $4 schooners from 3.30pm until the fulltime whistle blows.
While at the club also try your hand at our Pick the Score promotion, with the exact pick to win a $100 eftpos card. If nobody picks the exact score, a second chance prize of $50 food/beverage Club voucher will be presented to the member or guest with the closest score.
But for those maybe a little more adventurous, why not head out to Campbelltown and cheer the boys on from behind the fence – and the Sharks in partnership with the CSSC are offering a travel option to take the hassle out of the trip to Sydney’s southwest.
A project of CSSC Members and the Sharks Member council is the establishment of a “lite” CSSC bus to travel to away matches.
The Lite bus is essentially a toned down version of the bus of dreams, no alcohol and less intense to cater for our less “active” Members and fans.
On Saturday for the Tigers game, the CSSC will be running two buses to maximize number of travelling Members and fans, so for those Members and Fans that are looking for convenient travel to and from Sharks Leagues Club, do it on the ‘Lite’ Bus of Dreams, without the chants and activities that take place on the existing Bus of Dreams.
Gaz Brown, a Member of the CSSC and part of the Sharks Member Council explained the motivation behind the new ‘Lite’ version of their Bus of Dreams.
“We have received feedback in the past that the Bus of Dreams isn’t for everyone, but people still want to be able to travel with other Members and fans to matches on a bus, so we are trialling the CSSC Bus of Dreams Lite, a toned down version to ensure we can get as many Sharks Members and Fans to away matches as possible.”
The Sharks supporter buses will be leaving from the Leagues Club at 2pm and returning to the club post-match.
Register for the bus here.
$30 for CSSC Members - including bus & game ticket
$35 for non-members (including bus and game ticket)
$20 for bus only
So whether amongst friends and fans at the Summertime Bar in Sharks Leagues, or at Campbelltown live and in person, get behind the Sharks on Saturday night.