- Born and resides in Sydney
- Made first-grade debut for Cronulla Sharks in 2018
- Made an historic 360 points in the under 20s competition in 2017
- Voice Against Violence Advocate since 2019
Having first pulled on a Cronulla Sharks jersey at age 13, Kyle Flanagan has been making waves in junior football before making his first-grade debut for the club in 2018.
The talented half back racked up a total 360 points in the 2017 in the now-defunct Holden Cup from 20 tries and 140 goals.
Now a full-time member of the Sharks first grade squad, Kyle is signed until the end of the 2021 season.
This year, Kyle has become a Voice Against Violence Advocate - the NRL’s program designed to highlight and prevent violence against women and children. Voice Against Violence workshops are delivered to teams across Australia and the Pacific to increase awareness and understanding of the serious issue of gender-based violence, the different forms it takes, the consequences and the reasons it occurs.
After speaking with the Sharks’ Community team, I believe these programs will provide a positive impact on the community - particularly our junior league teams,” Kyle says.