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Mega Jaws

Mega Jaws is a free Sharks Have Heart initiative which creates a safe and enjoyable environment for people of all ages with disability, allowing participants to take part in fun, rugby league-themed activities.

Mega Jaws is delivered to over 100 young people with disability each year, providing an inclusive program in which everyone feels welcome and learns new skills. Clinics for both adults and children are run each school holidays and involve rugby league skills and drills, and cheerleading components. 

The Sharks Have Heart team are hosting the next Mega Jaws clinic during the April School Holidays. Participants will get the chance to join in fun rugby league skills and drills alongside NRL players and also learn how to cheer like our Cronulla Sharks Mermaids. Details below:

Cronulla Sharks Mega Jaws All Ability Experience

Date: Friday 19 April

Time: 3:30pm - 5:00pm

Venue: PointsBet Stadium

To bring: Water bottle, hat, sunscreen

Ages: 4-16

CLICK HERE to register

Mega Waves

Mega Waves is a free rugby league skills program for students with disability, with an emphasis on learning the basics of footy in a fun and supported environment. Schools are booked in on a termly basis for a program involving four one-hour rugby league skills sessions across eight weeks for a group of 15 participants with disability.

Schools are encouraged to have five mainstream participants who play rugby league also join the program to assist participants and facilitate cohesion while promoting inclusivity and program success.

Participants will learn the basics of rugby league including passing, catching and kicking with the opportunity to practise their fine and gross motor skills. Participants will also be provided with an opportunity to work collaboratively as a team, try new things and practise their interpersonal skills.

Score Sharks

The Cronulla Sharks have partnered with The Disability Trust to initiate a new community program in 2024 - Score Sharks. Score Sharks is run as a Sport and Recreation Program by The Disability Trust under the NDIS scheme.

The program gives people aged 16 and over with disability the opportunity to play as a Shark in a modified version of rugby league. The program is run on a termly basis and involves a weekly training session where members will be able to work on their football and social skills. 

If you are interested in hearing any further information regarding any of these programs please email [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.

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