Not sure if this is about my comment earlier, but I think the point might be missed here.
Its for the young shire kids who play music to be involved in acompetition where the winner plays round 2 home game. Its not to replace any other song, its not to be taken seriously as its a kids song, its not to top the billboard charts. Its simply for the sharks to connect with the young community and to have kids thinking about and talking about sharks.
As for the only music being the jaws theme, I remember when there was a lot more music. Some Rage against the machine is a good way to get the crowd pumped. I would love to have control over the music for one game.
My comment wasn't directed at what you said, or really at any other comment on here. It's just my general view on songs like that. I just don't think they usually end up sounding how they were intended to. I'm fine with holding a comp for kids or whatever.
Anyway, if I were to write a song about the Cronulla Sharks, I would make it extremely subtle and would give it double meanings. I would make it so that you would need to be told that it was about Cronulla to even realise that it was. I would purposely not use the following words:
Sharks (or any reference to eating or attacking)
I'd make it so that it could also be taken as a song about rebellion, mate-ship, oppression, adventure or something.
When you think about it, some of the best sporting songs in the world are not even really about the sport, but they can transfer across on another level (Eg You'll never walk alone, Simply the Best etc)