Sharks fu­ture up for de­bate

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT - AN­GELIQUE PAT­TER­SON

ANY­ONE with any ideas on how to save the Port Dou­glas and Moss­man Sharks are in­vited to at­tend tonight’s meet­ing at their club house.

Sharks pres­i­dent Keith Pitt is de­fi­ant it is not a cri­sis meet­ing but rather an op­por­tu­nity to try to “re­ju­ve­nate” the club.

“Any­body who wishes to come along, any­body with pos­i­tive ideas to move us for­ward next year, or move us in the right direc­tion,” Pitt said.

“The ba­sic agenda is to sit down and dis­cuss what we could do to im­prove things for next year, it’s an op­por­tu­nity for ev­ery­body to come along and throw some ideas around.”

Pitt and the Sharks com­mit­tee have been look­ing over this sea­son to fig­ure out where it all went wrong.

“We thought we were do­ing great for the club and would change the at­ti­tudes of all the play­ers, we tried some­thing and it didn’t go down too well, so now we want to hear what other ideas out there,” Pitt said.

“Even if we are not on the com­mit­tee next sea­son at least these ideas will be there for them to use.”

The meet­ing kicks off at 6.30pm at the Sharks club house at the Moss­man Show­grounds and an un­of­fi­cial meet­ing for spon­sors and foun­da­tion mem­bers will be held at the club­house on Satur­day.

“We re­cently had some work done to the club­house up­stairs and would like to take the op­por­tu­nity to in­vite cur­rent and fu­ture spon­sors and foun­da­tion mem­ber to the club house Satur­day night to share in that and watch the game,” Pitt said.

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