The junior Sharks will travel to Wyong for round five matches this weekend however despite playing away from home on the Central Coast, family, friends and fans not making the trip to be there in person will still have the opportunity to catch all the action with the three Sharks games to be shown live on NSWRL TV.
The Tarsha Gale girls, along with the Sharks Matthews Cup and SG Ball matches, will be a part of this weekend’s NSWRL website live stream, kicking off at 12 noon, with the final game getting underway at 3.30pm.
All the Sharks emerging young talent will be on show as the three teams look to get the better of the Roosters and to press their finals claims.
In the first of the three games the Tarsha Sharks are sure to be keen to put a last start loss behind them when they tackle the Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy team at noon.
After two wins to start their season the Sharks were blown away in the first half against the table-topping Knights, however a second half where they kept their opponents scoreless will give them confidence of an improved showing this weekend.
In the Matthews Cup, the Sharks will be looking for some consistency after an up and down start to their campaign, the team scoring a strong win in week one over the Raiders, followed by a disappointing loss to the Bears, then last week a solid performance and victory against the Tigers in their three games to date.
The Matthews Cup game between the Sharks and Roosters gets underway at 2.00pm.
While in the SG Ball, the Sharks dropped their first match in Canberra but have bounced back in impressive style, comprehensive wins over the Bears and Tigers sending them to Wyong and this weekend’s clash optimistic of a positive result against the Roosters.
The SG Ball match kicks off at 3.30pm.
To watch any or all of the three Sharks teams in action, go to https://www.nswrl.com.au/ and follow the links to find the games being broadcast live from the Bill Hicks Oval in Wyong.