1983 was the year the Mighty Magpies
transformed into the Super Sharks.
Some Middlemiss magic caps a thrilling
flag victory for the Sharks.
Sweet revenge exacted by the
Sharks in a season to savour.
A new clubhouse and life after Norm Dare (chapter 1) was not so difficult
The biggest thing to come out of 1991 was
after the footy had finished.
Pokies arrive and a St Kilda legend makes
a surprise ‘comeback’ with the Sharks.
The Sharks go through another frustrating season –
then bid farewell to their super benefactor.
Oh, Danny Boy: Brennan becomes the first to complete
the three-grades premiership sweep.
Cotter masterminds another unbeaten
run at premiership glory.
Scott Lawton takes over coaching reins after
Dare back as coach and ‘Dimma’
does a ‘Demps’.
Topsy-turvy season follows
successful debut stint in charge.
Sharks junior product becomes
the first to captain the club.
Final six fixture games won only to
miss out on finals by a percentage.
Norm Dare's third consecutive year at
helm sees Sharks finish third.
The premiership honeymoon
was soon to be over.
‘Demps’ arrives, ‘Fox’ departs and the Sharks
lose the unloseable grand final.
Southport kick a major goal through massive
Wally Fankhauser financial support.
Unbeaten premiership leads to opinion that this was the best
Sharks almost go through
The Sharks look outside their ranks for a new
coach and go with Mark Browning.
Sharks pin faith in successful lower grade coach Danny Brennan
Prodigal son Cotter makes a triumphant
Cotter enters the history books with a coaching
hat-trick and ‘St Nick’ makes his Sharks debut.
Young Shark among those murdered
by terrorists in
Sharks snare some top-quality recruits.
Life after Norm Dare (chapter two) as
grand final win over Morningside.
A big year for Wise, but it all went wrong at the
business end of the season.
With a more consistent playing year, Sharks
made it to the preliminary final.
Worst campaign in the club's history.