Sharks future up for debate
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.