Sharks are hungry
The Tokoroa Pacific Sharks are about to embark on an ambitious journey to create a sustainable pathway for achievement in Rugby League.
Their recruitment drive will kick off initiatives for the 2013 season. On Friday, from 4pm, there will be a fun night at the Memorial sports ground. Registration, free giveaways, free prizes, free sausage sizzle and a whole lot of fun is the call for the day. And that’s not all; players will be tested for overall skills with assessment stations. Kiwi Sport Rugby League Officer Gary Peachem will be searching for potential NRL or Kiwi players.
Also supporting the day is the South Waikato Pacific Island Community Services, Raukawa Health Services and the Tokoroa Council of Social Services, who will be promoting their services for all parents and supporters.
Pacific Sharks funding co-ordinator, Rangi Tunupopo and her band of club supporters, have a passion for the players and creating a positive pathway for a brighter future.
‘‘We can see the potential and ability at our club’’, Tunupopo said. ‘‘If we match this potential and develop a way forward, we can and will make dreams come true.’’
The club boasts 200 juniors and 50 senior players, and funding will be a major factor in progressing goals.
The co-ordination of club resources will play a vital role in the club development, with input from members who have the skilled aptitude to add valued input at a board level.