MOVED across town from the Nerang RSL Club in 1995 to take up the position of secretary-manager of the Southport Sharks.At that stage the club had only a handful of poker machines, but Wyatt was to oversee the rise and rise of one of Queensland’s top-three licensed venues.He was at the administrative helm as the club went through two major refurbishments and expansions of the social facility as it grew to the stage where it had the maximum allowable 280 poker machines in operation.Wyatt, a passionate AFL lover, was also at the forefront of Southport’s bid to win an AFL licence, which first began in 1996, and he pursued that exercise with vigour.Wyatt’s time as chief Shark ended in 2008.