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Toyota Good For Footy Raffle

May 26, 2023 · Nina Foxwell · News

Who wants to win a new car?!

Support the Sharks by purchasing a ticket in the 2023 Toyota Good For Footy Raffle.

Tickets are just $5 and 100% of the proceeds go to our club.

There’s $252, 846 in prizes up for grabs, including THREE new Toyotas! That beats a meat tray!

Buy yourself, family and friends a ticket and be Good for Footy.

Hunting Season Open for 2023!

January 11, 2023 · Nina Foxwell · News

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Season 2023 Fixture

February 28, 2023 · Nina Foxwell · News


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  • Sunday 23rd – Round 1
  • Sunday 30th – Round 2


  • Sunday 7th – Round 3
  • Sunday 14th – Round 4 (Mother’s Day)
  • Sunday 21st – Round 5
  • Sunday 28th – Round 6


  • Sunday 4th – Round 7
  • Sunday 11th – BYE (King’s Birthday Weekend) – INTERLEAGUE
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  • Sunday 25th – Round 9


  • Sunday 2nd – BYE (Middle week of School holidays)
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  • Sunday 16th – Round 10
  • Sunday 23rd – Round 11
  • Sunday 30th – Round 12


  • Sunday 6th – Round 13
  • Sunday 13th – Round 14
  • Sunday 20th – Semi Finals
  • Sunday 27th – Prelim Finals
  • Tuesday 29th – Presentation Night


  • Sunday 3rd – Grand Finals (Father’s Day)


Ash Firebrace – Indigenous artist of the Sharks Junior Training Top

July 24, 2022 · Nina Foxwell · News

The Sharks Junior Football Club has been lucky enough to work with Yorta Yorta/Wurundjeri artist Ash Firebrace to create the indigenous artwork on our new training tops.

Ash Firebrace is a Melbourne based artist whose painting journey began at the age of 10. Ash describes the Firebrace family as having a passion for art and painting that extends through the generations. Although his talent was discovered early on, Ash really found his love of art when he started further studies in Learning Pathways for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

He finds his source of creative ideas in the bush and can draw from a rich heritage and experience to create stunning and meaningful artworks.

He spends a few days a week working with a heritage and land management team, spending time in the bush. Ash’s favourite place and special space being the water creeks. He finds it a great healer for his mental health and has used the bush especially over the last 2 years.

In 2007, Ash received the Lin Onus Award at the Victorian Indigenous Art Awards for a portrait of the Wurundjeri leader and artist William Barak. Ash’s art can also be seen at the underpass that links the Main Yarra Trail from east to west on the Eastern Freeway (south) side of the Yarra River. The underpass features a painted 60-metre-long mural, celebrating the cultural heritage of the area. The mural was designed and painted in 2019 by Ash Firebrace and Tom Civil and is inspired by the story of how the Yarra River was formed (as told by respected elder Barak).

Ash kindly took on our Sharks training tops as a project.

The artwork represents how the Wurundjeri tribe use to occupy the area and would travel & camp along the Yarra River, living with and respecting the environment.

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Special thank you to our sponsors, whose generosity has allowed us to engage the artist and also keep the price affordable.