Sharks open NRL Magic Round against Titans

Injured Sharks star Wade Graham joined representatives from the 15 other NRL clubs in launching Magic Round, a weekend of rugby league where all eight, round nine matches will be played at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane over four days.

The group gathered at the Emporium Hotel South Bank in Brisbane, where NRL CEO Todd Greenburg, Queensland Minister for Innovation and Tourism Industry Development, the Honourable Kate Jones, Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Graham Quirk and players from all 16 NRL clubs came together in announced ticketing information for the unique weekend of matches.

And in a feature of Magic Round, proceeds from GA tickets sales at the Sharks v Titans match will be donated to specially selected club Charity partners.

The Sharks and Titans will kick off Magic Round on the Thursday night, May 9.

Following the Sharks and Titans on the opening night, two more games will be played on Friday, three on Saturday and two on Sunday in an exciting round of rugby league.

Recovering from surgery to repair a torn ACL in his knee, Graham is an outside chance of being fit in time to take his place in the Sharks side to play the Gold Coast during Magic Round.

Tickets are now available for Magic Round, with entry into the Sharks-Titans match on sale from the special price of $10 in the bronze category (Ground Admittance). Proceeds from GA tickets sales will be donated to a chosen charity (see ticketing info link below).

Sharks supporters seating is on sale from $25 and Gold tickets from $30.
For more information or to purchase a ticket, go to the Sharks-dedicated ticketing link.

CLICK HERE to purchase your ticketsĀ