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Shaun Johnson and Sione Katoa showed off their respective sidesteps in the sand down at the beach, Jayson Bukuya and Ruan Sims talked all things rugby league to an interested group of youngsters and Mega Jaws again put smiles on the faces of all involved on a huge day of Sharks footy clinics on Wednesday.

North Cronulla Beach and Shark Park were the venues for the summer Junior Jaws, Super Jaws and Mega Jaws clinics, with the Mini Mermaids strutting their stuff inside Sharks Leagues club as plenty of footy fun was had by all.

Johnson and Katoa, along with young stars Ronaldo Mulitalo and Jackson Ferris played a bit of touch, signed autographs and posed for photos in the second Junior Jaws Clinic to be held at North Cronulla beach.

More than 30 kids aged from four to nine were in attendance, with experienced NRL Development staff, the NRL squad members and players from the Sharks Harvey Norman Women's squad running them through their paces.

Back at Shark Park, it was Bukuya and Sims doing their bit at Super Jaws as they dropped by the clinic led by former NRL star and current Sharks Matthews Cup coach Daniel Holdsworth and supported by Jillaroo Corban McGregor.

The Super Jaws clinic, for ages 10-13, was enjoyed by a small and enthusiastic group in what was an intimate session that helped to upskill and further enhance the abilities of those who took part.

While the participants in Junior and Super Jaws were having fun in the sun, inside Sharks Leagues Club the Mini Mermaids were strutting their stuff, learning dance routines under the instruction of two current mermaids, with the program written by Sharks Mermaids Choreographer Jacquie Elliott.

The girls aged from 3-12 danced up a storm in what continues to be a popular school holiday clinic run by the senior Sharks Mermaids.

Then last but not least was Mega Jaws, a clinic hosted by Sharks Have Heart Inclusivity Program Co-ordinator Jason Stanton.

Mega Jaws offers a free clinic for those with additional needs who don't participate in mainstream clinics or sport.

Young gun Teig Wilton assisted with the Mega Jaws coaching duties, with the 11 participants enjoying a unique footy experience followed by a tour of the Shark Park dressing rooms.

The next Sharks School Holiday clinics will be held on April 16 and July 9. Stay tuned to the Sharks website and Sharks social media for further details.


Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.