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Cronulla Sharks


At the 2015 Dally M Awards night, he was named the Dally M Rookie of the Year after playing in 23 matches and scoring 8 tries for the Sharks for the 2015 season. For the 2016 season, he was instrumental in bringing the Cronulla Sharks their first ever NRL Premiership Title.

White Wolf Constructions are proud to sponsor Jack Bird, the centre/five-eighth for the Cronulla Sharks for a second season. We caught up with Shane Flannagan, coach of the Cronulla Sharks, who had this to say about Jack: “At only 21, Jack has showed us he is he is a dedicated team player with raw talent, capable of shining even at representative level. Jack has been working incredibly hard after injuring his arm, and he’s well on track to do great things again this year. He has a great future ahead of him, and we can’t wait to see what he brings in 2017.”

We are once again incredibly excited to be a part of his journey, and will be cheering Jack and the rest of the team on from our box seats in the ET Stand.

White Wolf Racing


We are proud to sponsor the White Wolf Racing team again this season, as they compete to win the Rally NSW series this year.

With the 2017 Rally NSW Championships kicking off on 4th March in Glen Innes, we spoke to our Director Tom Clarke, driver for White Wolf Racing, about his preparation and expectations for the season ahead.

How long have you been involved in the sport? What got you into it?
I’ve been racing for seven years now. I grew up in Termeil, and remember how exciting it was watching the rally that used the roads around my house. Some good mates Gavin, Kelvin and Clinton Croker were heavily involved in rally growing up, and I always loved watching and knocking around with them at local rallies. I couldn’t wait to have a go myself.

What do you enjoy most about it?
Being a Director of White Wolf Constructions I’m incredibly busy with work, it’s great to be able to have weekends away with friends and family. There’s also a great circle of people in the rally community which makes it even more enjoyable – I’ve made some great friends from it.

How have you been preparing for the season ahead?
After the World Rally last year, the car needed a bit of attention. My Head Mechanic Darren Williams from Dashsport has been working on the car for the last two weeks to make sure it is in perfect shape for the new season. I wish I could say I have been more involved, but Darren has been doing all the hard yards!

You switched over to the EVO 9 last year, how has it compared to the Datsun?
I have spent majority of my rally career in the Datsun 1600 – it’s an incredible car to drive and compete in. The EVO has been a great change though; going from a two wheel drive to a four wheel drive, the EVO adds a whole different dimension. The handling of these 4WD cars is incredible. We had always been relatively fast in the Datsun, but in just 1 year in the EVO and we have pushed our way to the top of the NSW series and making some very impressive results in the Australian Rally Championship as well.

What do you hope to achieve this season?
Last year we managed to finish 5th overall in the NSW championship, and this year we are hoping to better that. We’re seeded 3rd for Glen Innes this weekend, and we will be putting in 110% to try and win the series this year. I’m aiming to make every event of the state rounds, so we are looking towards a good end of series result.

Check out White Wolf Racing on Facebook or visit www.rallynsw.com.au to read more.