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67 Crew Academy

The Cronulla Sharks are excited to launch the new 67 Crew Academy which will commence in Mid-February of 2019.

The Sharks 67 Crew Academy is an NRL season long program with the Cronulla Sharks Mermaids choreographer/director Jacqueline Elliott who has an impressive and extensive experience within the dance industry.

As well as working with dance squads for sports teams in the US, with her choreography being performed in the NBA, as well as across other sporting teams in the US, Jacqueline produces the Illawarra Hawks game days along with choreography for the Illawarra Hawks dancers.

This program is designed to produce the next generation of professional dancers by learning from an established industry professional.

The program will commence on the Thursday 14th of February, with a start time at 4:30pm running until 6:30pm. The program will run for a 4-week period initially before the NRL starts to focus on skill and technique development, ensuring everyone is confident and ready to perform on game days. With the remaining sessions aligning with the NRL game day sessions selected.

This will be an exciting opportunity to perform at a minimum of 6 NRL game days throughout the 2019 season, these nominated game day weeks will include an additional session for participants to learn new routines.



Start Date: Thursday 14th February
End Date: TBC on nominated NRL gamedays performing at.
Number of Sessions: A minimum of 10 sessions throughout the year.
Time: 4:30pm – 6:30pm

Age and Pricing

Price: $ 350
Age: 12-16 years old (Must have prior dance experience, at an intermediate – advanced level)

All sessions will be held at Cronulla Sharks Leagues Club, unless stated otherwise by staff.

Academy Kit Includes:

- 67 crew academy jacket
- 67 crew academy shirt

Spots are strictly limited and will be a first in first served basis.


For further questions or queries, please contact Michael at [email protected]

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.