Mega Jaws, a Sharks initiative which creates a safe and enjoyable environment for young people with a disability, allowing participants to take part in fun, rugby league themed activities, has a clinic upcoming in July.
For Children aged 5-12 with a disability and who have an interest in Rugby League, Mega Jaws is delivered to over 100 young people with a disability each year, providing an inclusive program in which everyone feels welcomed and learns new skills.
And for the upcoming Mega Jaws clinic on July 6, the Sharks are inviting children of all abilities of our members and fans to come along and be a part of the fun.
Mega Jaws is coordinated by Jason Stanton on behalf of the Sharks, a man with extensive experience in disability support and in rugby league, successfully conducting the highly successful Skillz4Me program which runs for 40 weeks each year, is provided at no cost and attracts upwards of 30 families each week.
To register for the clinic or for more information, emailed [email protected].
Places will be limited, with registrations to close July 5.
What: Mega Jaws Clinic
When: Tuesday 6 July, 2-3pm
Where: Pointsbet Stadium
Focus: Inclusive rugby league skills program.