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Be a part of history in the making

The Sharks have a game to play and a job to do in Auckland this weekend, however after that the focus will shift to a huge Sunday at PointsBet Stadium with three games along with a performance from recording star Samantha Jade.

Members and fans are encouraged to get to PointsBet early, with Samantha Jade to perform at around 1pm, then history will be made soon after when the NRLW Sharks run out for their first game in the women’s elite level competition.

And it certainly doesn’t end there, with the Sharks to take on the Sea Eagles in a round 21 NRL clash, a game against their traditional rivals, with the young guns on show in the curtain raiser, a Jersey Flegg match up also featuring Cronulla and Manly kicking off a massive afternoon.

Gates open at 11.30am with the Jersey Flegg at 11.35am, before Samantha Jade is front and centre at 1pm, followed by the NRLW Sharks against the Raiders getting underway at 1.50pm.

The Sharks women have already generated a great deal of excitement, an encouraging trial victory over the Wests Tigers showcasing the talent in the team, with their match against fellow NRLW newcomers the Raiders worth the price of admission alone.

Origin stars Emma Tonegato, Tiana Penitani, Brooke Anderson and Quincy Dodd, exciting youngsters Jada Taylor and Andie Robinson, added to a hard working supporting cast and the sky is the limit for the Sharks women in 2023.

Then it’s a game for the Steve Rogers Cup, Sharks v Sea Eagles in a game with considerable Finals implications. Kick off to the NRL match is at 4pm.

Tickets are selling fast, purchase now to avoid disappointment, then get to the game early, with Samantha Jade at 1 and the NRLW at 1.50, on an afternoon where history will be made.    

Click here to get your tickets before they sell out 

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