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Mega Jaws enjoy full Sharks experience

Disability Services Australia (DSA), an organisation supporting 3,000 people with a disability, brought a group of their clients to the Sharks Mega Jaws Clinic last week to participate in the unique program which caters for people of all ages with a disability. Sharks NRL players Sione Katoa, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Jack Williams and Jackson Ferris attended the clinic at PointsBet Stadium to show their support and to assist Mega Jaws coordinator Jason Stanton and his team deliver the inclusive program to those with an interest in Rugby League. The group was made to feel welcome, while learning a few new skills in a safe and enjoyable environment. DSA employ more than 1,600 people in key regions of New South Wales to support people with a disability to develop the skills and capabilities they need to gain independence and participate in society. They enable opportunities for choice, inclusion and achievement at home, in the community, through education and training, and in employment. In keeping with DSA’s goals, the Sharks Have Heart Mega Jaws Program allows people of all abilities to take part in fun, rugby league themed activities. Participants who attended Mega Jaws will also be receiving a 2021 Donation Membership. These Memberships were generously provided by loyal Sharks Football Club members who purchased Donation Memberships to support the Sharks Have Heart program participants. To donate a membership, visit https://www.sharks.com.au/membership/packages/non-ticketed/donation/ Participants were surprised with the news during the clinic when winger, Ronald Mulitalo announced it during the tour inside the Sharks dressing rooms.