The first year of the Tarsha Gale Cup was a raging success, with under-18 female footballers from across the state showcasing their considerable rugby league talents in a 9-a-side competition.
The Sharks enjoyed a strong season in 2017, coming within a whisker of playing off for the championship, bowing out in a closely fought Grand Final qualifying match, while Cronulla’s Akira Kelly was named player of the competition for her outstanding play.
Now building on the success of the inaugural season the Tarsha Gale kicks off again in February and the Sharks are seeking female footballers interested in being a part of the squad for 2018.
By becoming a member of the Sharks Tarsha Gale squad players will have the opportunity to join a supportive culture, one which is invested in providing the best opportunities for young girls to achieve their rugby league goals.
The Sharks support Women’s rugby league from the grassroots to the elite level, with the Tarsha Gale team an important pathway to the senior game and to potential participation in the Women’s NRL competition in the future.
The Tarsha Gale squad train Monday and Thursday evenings from 6.15pm at John Dwyer Oval, Caringbah South, with the season to get underway in early February.
Those girls interested who had yet to turn 18 as of January 1, 2018, are encouraged to come to training, trial for the team and to be a part of the Sharks Tarsha Gale squad this season.
For all Tarsha Gale enquires contact Amanda King at [email protected] or by calling 9527 8294.