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The Cronulla Sharks are set to visit over 1200 students across the Sutherland Shire this week, in an attempt to boost the excitement of the 2017 NRL Finals Series.

The Cronulla Sharks, in conjunction with NRL Game Development Staff, Sharks Mascot Reefy along with NYC players Isaac Lumelume and Ronaldo Mulitalo have appeared throughout the week to engage in Finals festivities.

One other special edition to these school visits which has added a little more excitement is the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership trophy, the holy grail of rugby league in Australia and New Zealand.

With the NYC Sharks side still well and truly in the hunt in their competition, the visits have proved a good chance for Lumelume to share in the Club's success at the junior level.

The Sharks will be visiting years Kindergarten to six (K-6) at the following schools this week:

Monday: Kurnell Public School

Tuesday: Woolooware Primary School

Friday: Our Lady Fatima

Show your support this NRL Finals Series by taking the Black, White & Blue to the public!

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