Not sure about playing rugby league but interested in finding out more? Maybe considering giving it a try for the first time in 2019?
If so, the Sharks, local junior league clubs and NRL Game Development will band together to offer free Come and Try clinics ahead of the 2019 junior league season.
To be held from 3.30-4.30pm on the afternoon of February 25, Sharks NRL players will be supporting JRL clubs and Game Development staff in conducting the clinics at various Sutherland Shire Schools.
The clinics are designed to be a fun introduction to rugby league, with drills showcasing the basic skills of the game in a safe controlled environment.
Junior league clubs will be on site to talk about signing up to play in 2019, with all registration information available.
Kurnell, Tharawal, Marton, Minerva, Kirrawee and Menai primary schools will conduct the Come and Try clinics on their school ovals, with an additional clinic at Scylla Bay Oval in Como.
Participants interested need to register their interest in this free event and can do so by clicking on the link below for their closest Come and Try clinic.
For contact information for your local junior league club and for more in relation to playing JRL in the Sutherland Shire this season - CLICK HERE
The Sharks also have places available for free school visits on the same day, February 25, with Sharks NRL players and Development staff to deliver a specially designed resilience program.
Schools can still register for the Sharks visit by going to the following link – CLICK HERE or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The free school visits are for Shire schools only.