29 September, 2016. 20:25
CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | CONTACT
The National Rugby League has today crumbled amid mounting pressure from both the Cronulla Sharks FC and their fans, announcing that ANZ Stadium will be serving a special edition ‘Shark Juice’ on Sunday’s Grand Final against the Melbourne Storm.
The demands were made earlier in the year during Cronulla’s marathon 16-match undefeated streak when club executives requested that the NRL do their part to making Sutherland Shire residents feel comfortable while attending games outside of Shark Park.
Cronulla captain, Paul Gallen, says the team was happy to learn that their fans will be catered to on Sunday.
“Monster and vodka is a staple part of the unique Cronulla cuisine,”
“That, and the curried mince pie sandwich at Magda’s fish and chips,”
On Monday this week is was announced that Cronulla locals were starting to get their heads around the idea of multiculturalism, following the stand out performances of non-Anglo-Saxon footballers in their beloved football club.
“I never thought I’d say this. But I think Cronulla has benefited greatly from the riches of multiculturalism” said one local, Sharryd Clayne.
“I also never thought I’d see my boys in an NRL Grand Final… so… First time for everything I guess”