CEO Message – Inviting your feedback

Dear members

What a great win by the Sharks last weekend!  We are now back on track for the finals but need to overcome the Panthers on Friday night.  I hope you can make it out there to cheer the boys.

 I wanted to thank you for your feedback on our decision to take our home games away in 2020 and 2021 while the Leagues Club undergoes a major redevelopment.

It is a tough call because everyone – players and fans – loves PointsBet Stadium.

 But we are determined to set up the club’s long term future and the best way we can do that is by enabling the builders to get the work done with minimal interruption.

Our skipper, Paul Gallen spoke brilliantly about the project on Channel 9’s 100 per cent Footy where he said the players understood this project will ensure the Sharks are here to stay.

That interview is now up on our website for those interested in the players’ view.

And we are still interested in your views on where we should take our games so please take this final opportunity to email us on

We need to finalise this decision soon so we can inform the NRL before they do the draw for 2020.

In the mean time I want to stress that the Leagues Club is still open for business.  In fact, we are putting on some great specials including our popular 2 for 1 Surf and Turf from Sunday to Thursday (commencing Sunday August 11) .

We will soon be organising some information sessions for those with questions about the redevelopment, the closure of the club and the move to new venues in 2020 and 2021.

I know a lot of people have questions about how the closure will affect their memberships, whether you will still get premium seats when we move to a new ground and whether you will get your existing seats back when we return to PointsBet Stadium.

Let me assure you that we intend doing the right thing by anyone who maintains their membership while we are away from PointsBet.   

So please stay loyal to us during this challenging period.   I assure you it will be worth it !

Thank you again for your support on this issue.



 Richard Munro