Wellbeing

An uplifting visit for Eve & Flynn

Sunshine Coast Committee Wellbeing officer Mick Legg recently visited Eve Thorn and her son, Flynn.

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Petero Civoniceva Supporting the Men of League Foundation

Men of League Foundation supporter and former international player Petero Civoniceva visited the Foundation’s marquee at the recent Inter Service Cup.

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Lending a helping hand to Craig Morris

Central Coast Committee Wellbeing Officers Les Pearce and Lance Henry recently visited Craig Morris in Bateau Bay.

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A Catch Up for Foundation Wellbeing Officers

Roma Committee Wellbeing officer Lyle Cherry and his wife Clare were recent visitors to the Sunshine Coast for medical treatment.

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A day full of rugby league history for Josh and Stephen

Two fine young men had become good friends in past months at the Royal Rehab, Ryde, where they had been since suffering critical spinal injuries through causes beyond their control.

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A small modification for a big result – assisting Harry Boge

Former junior rugby league player Harry Boge from Samford visited the Foundation with his vehicle which the Men of League Foundation were able to assist him to purchase.

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Rory Clayton – An Amazing Young Man

Wellbeing recipient Rory Clayton dropped into the Men of League Foundation office to show off the new Bactec attachment for his wheelchair.

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Bob Franke – Surrounded by friends & family

A visit to long time friend Bob Franke was recently arranged by Brian Finegan. Bob and Brian attended Marcellin College in Randwick together where they played cricket and football in the same team.

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A pair of free boots for a lifetime of rugby league memories

Rob Campbell from Casino was recently visited by his local Northern Rivers Wellbeing officers, Bob Johnson and Tony Maluta.

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Kevin Storey – A Northern Beaches Magpie

Everyone who has followed rugby league for years will recall the hype back in the 1970’s when archrival clubs, the Western Suburbs Magpies and the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles were nicknamed ‘The Fibros’ and ‘The Silvertails’.

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