The club is the biggest in WA with over 300 young members, from 6-16, girls and boys. Modified rules are played at younger age groups that help to introduce the player and parents to the game.
Under strict safety conditions, we hope to instil a number of sporting and life skills in our players.
Once they reach 11 – they play on our main field and in ‘competition football’, all striving to make Grand Final day in Perth.
Please be aware headgear for our youngest players and mouth-guards for all, are compulsory.
Our canteen is open every Tuesday and Thursday for training and on match days on Sunday – the club has a Canteen Roster and it is required that each team provides one volunteer at their allocated time slot at each of our home games.
Every team has a coach and must have team manager, to organise team lists, equipment, washing of kit rotas and letting parents know where games are, kick-off times etc.
If you can volunteer in any role, again it is greatly appreciated.
Throughout the year, the club holds fundraisers and raffles to assist with the many aspects of our club – including buying new kits and equipment for our junior players.
Once players do reach international competition rules, it does become a little more serious as we try to mould the Sharks players of the future.
It’s our ‘Academy’ – and it’s great to see our own youngsters eventually make the grade at senior level.
Players like Shayla Downes, Gabrielle Mouat, Julian Wilson Wylie, Logan Barclay and Kieren Crowe are today’s first grade and women’s players – but they all played as juniors here at the Sharks.
This page will list the contacts for the various teams and hopefully, their facebook pages for easy communication.
Finally, we are all volunteers – so please bear that in mind and let’s all strive to ensure our young players enjoy playing rugby league.
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