We have all the important info you need to know for Saturday evening’s big clash against the New Zealand Warriors at Southern Cross Group Stadium.
Saturday evening will see an injection of kiwi culture come to the Shire with the Sharks putting on a display for our friends from New Zealand.
On the north-west hill, there will be a traditional hāngi thanks to Hāngiworks, offering a traditional Maori culinary experience. Pre-order yours here and beat the queue tomorrow night!
Our official game day partner will be Southern Radiology who will launching their brand new online game available to play here.
Be sure to download today for your chance to win the chance to swim with the sharks at Sydney Sea Life Aquarium.
The theme for the night is anti-bullying, and the Make Bullying History Foundation (MBHF) to be our Community Partner on the evening.
The MBHF have partnered the Club as the signature community partner in 2016 and both are working closely in an attempt to stamp out bullying across the Shire and beyond.
For more information on the great work doing by the Cronulla Sharks Make Bullying History Initiative click here.
On the ground, there will be JRL mods, touch football, a live chat with Brett Murray from the MBHF along with the Rob and Liam pre-game show.
At halftime the league renowned Mermaids will perform on field and we put Beau Ryan and DJ Krit head-to-head with the new Southern Radiology ‘Shark Swim’ App.
Around the grounds, there will be an inflatable obstacle course, 6-in-1 castle, Sharks slide, face painting for the kids along with DJ’s at both eastern and western gates and our drummers in the Shark Tank.
Southern Cross Group Stadium’s premium food offerings will once again be on display with Cheese Toasties, Caminito, Howling Forest, Pizza ‘N’ More, Berlin Bangers, Sydney Ice Cream, Street Sliders, Greek Wraps, Hot Dog Cart AND three kiosks all bringing their delicious tastes to the game!
There will be a post-game event hosted by Beau Ryan to be held in the Leagues Club auditorium from 7:30pm with all Members and fans welcome.
Please be advised that there will be no trains running on Saturday night however there have been alternative transport options available.