With the minor premiership on the line heading into the last round of matches and just one week from the start of the Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership finals series, the Sharks have been boosted by the news that Gecko Projects have extended their sponsorship into the 2021 season.
The sternum jersey sponsor for the past two years, graphic installation specialists Gecko will continue their association with the senior women’s squad, while also expanding their partnership next year to include the Sharks Under-18 Tarsha Gale Cup team.
The announcement comes on the eve of the Sharks round seven match up with the Bulldogs where a victory would cement second place on the ladder while also giving Glenn Brailey’s side a shot at the minor premiership should ladder leaders the Central Coast Roosters stumble this weekend.
While missing a couple of key personnel, Brailey is looking forward to finishing the regular season strongly before launching an assault on the competition finals.
“Likely the result on Saturday won’t change where we finish, even with a loss we can’t be worst than second, but it’s still important we play well, get a win and go into the finals with some momentum,” Brailey said.
Brailey was thankful for the confidence shown in the Sharks Women’s program by Gecko in extending their sponsorship and by major partner EISS who have supported his team and the Tarsha Gale squad in recent seasons.
“Women’s rugby league is certainly on the rise and it’s great that companies such as Gecko Projects and EISS recognise what we are trying to achieve here at the Sharks. We certainly appreciate their support,” Brailey added.
Locally based with their head office in Caringbah, Gecko is a team of graphic project managers who take the stress out of delivering visual campaigns nationally and internationally. They have dedicated installers across Australia and New Zealand, including a large regional network looking after national rollout campaigns.
Experienced Project Managers oversee the entire process from site surveys and product recommendations through to post installation reports.
For more on Gecko Projects and the services they provide, go to the website at https://www.geckoprojects.net.au/.
As for the Harvey Norman Women’s Sharks, they head into Saturday’s game looking to bounce back following their first loss of the season last weekend.
The Sharks will need to be on their game against a Bulldogs side sitting fifth and fighting for a place in the finals, if they want to head into the big end of season games on a winning note.
The round seven Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership match between the Sharks and Bulldogs is scheduled for a 3.30pm kick off at Hammondville Oval tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon.