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With Michael Ennis playing his last home game in front of the adoring Cronulla supporters this weekend, the Club is urging Members and fans to say #ThanksMick in the lead up to Saturday night’s clash with the Roosters.

Arriving at the Sharks ahead of the 2015 season, Sharks hooker Michael Ennis quickly adored himself to the Club’s Members and fans, through his fine work done both on and off the Rugby League field.

A noted competitor throughout his time in the NRL, Ennis brought with him to the Club a steely edge and a style of play that would lead the side to a finals berth in his first season with the Sharks.

Now, gearing up to play his final match at Southern Cross Group Stadium, the Sharks and Ennis are set to reflect on a wonderful 268 NRL games played.

In line with the occasion and to celebrate all that Ennis has brought to the Club – and the NRL on a whole across a 14-year career – the Sharks are saying #ThanksMick in a series of online and in-stadium activations.

Members and fans can submit their greatest memories or favourite moments throughout Ennis’ time at the Sharks and career on a whole by using the #ThanksMick on Twitter and Instagram.

The best photos will be displayed on the Club’s #ThanksMick fan wall here, as well as on the big screen at Saturday night’s game. 

See the first picture in the #ThanksMick series below! 

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