Bad Day at Shark Park
It's not often that the Sharks end up winless in all grades at home but Gympie made that possible on Saturday. The Ist division sharks went down by 30-4 to the Northern Outlaws and the 2nd Division top of the table clash ended up in an embarrasing 48-16 thrashing to the Devils. The U/18's also looked as though they were in for a hiding, but after trailing by 22-0 at half time, did manage to have an improved second half and go down by 22-18. .......more to come
NAIDOC ROUND 2014
Chris Ainsworth accepting the Naidoc Player of the Match Award against Nambour. Chris was awarded a hand painted aboriginal plate proudly donated by STEPS GROUP Australia.
CALOUNDRA SHARKS WIN 9’s COMPETITION....by the Sharkman
The Caloundra Sharks have started their season on a winning note after they defeated the Nambour Crushers in the final of the 9’s competition by 16-6. Each side had to win 2 of their 4 games to progress to the finals and the Sharks and Nambour were the two standout sides.
It was no secret when both sides met again in the final but Caloundra was too fast and came away with their well deserved 16-6 victory.
The season kicks off next weekend when Caloundra takes on Gympie at Shark Park in a tough first round battle. Come on down and help the Sharks on their winning way......see you there......Sharkman
Training & Sponsors
Numbers at training has been great with up to 40 players per night.
A Grade has secured "Gateway Electrical" as their Major Sponsor and the U/18's have once again been sponsored by Skyrise Scaffolding. Reserve Grade is still looking for a Major Sponsor so get out your cheque book guys and get on board.......Go the Sharks
The earliest recognition of the Caloundra Rugby League Club goes back to 1948 with a team formed of locals. They were called the Caloundra Seagulls and wore the colours of Blue and White.
The team was formed in 1947 and played in 1948 and played other teams including....
Brisbane Tramways, Stanley River, Woodford, Cooroy, Gympie, Kenilworth, Maroochydore & Maleny.
Home games were played behind the old Francis Hotel at Shelley Beach.