Sharks Leagues Club have recently donated their weekly Cash Housie funds to the Highfield Committee who are one of Sutherland Hospitals long standing fundraising committees. The funds from the Highfield Committee have been donated to Sutherland Hospital to purchase 12 Humidification Units for the Critical Care Ward.
Following on from last year’s win for their support of the Make Bullying History Foundation and its outstanding schools program, the Cronulla Sharks Leagues Club is again amongst the finalists in the 2019 ClubsNSW Community Awards. The ClubsNSW Community Awards recognise clubs who have invested in programs that create long term benefits for their communities, […]
Happy 100th to our oldest Shark Sharks Leagues Club member Ben Lee, who turns 100 on Wednesday, might just be our oldest living Shark. On Monday, just two days out from his special birthday, Lee met one of the youngest Sharks, at least amongst the NRL playing group in 20-year-old hooker Blayke Brailey. With a […]
Sharks Leagues Club is proud to support sustainability control initiatives to reduce the environmental impact of their venue. Sharks is one of the first Clubs in the Shire to introduce a food processing unit called ORCA, which “digests” up to 110 kilos of food waste per day. Within 24 hours, this technology turns food waste into […]
At a launch event on Tuesday attended by Sharks officials, local politicians, business people, representatives from Sutherland Shire Family Services (SSFS), students and teachers, it was announced that Sharks Have Heart, the community arm of the Cronulla Sharks, had entered into a partnership with Love Bites, a program delivering respectful relationship education in local Sutherland […]