Wellbeing

A special lunch for a special member

Recently, the Men of League Foundation’s Queensland Wellbeing Manager Mark Bunting invited Anne Templeton to the Steak and Shiraz luncheon as his guest.

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Supporting Anne Templeton

Anne’s journey with rugby league began when she met her partner Gary. In 2017, Gary began to feel a sharp pain in his ankle that he thought he’d injured playing bowls.

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Men of League Foundation Supporting Pam & Jason Comerford

When rugby league fanatic Jason Comerford was 18 years-old, he was playing for his beloved Kotara Bears when a mistimed tackle saw him suffer a brain injury.

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An afternoon catch up for John Raper

John Raper has many friends and on Tuesday 27 March, three of them visited him at his Southern Sydney retirement village.

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An outstanding award for a remarkable man

When fellow Northern Sydney Wellbeing Officer Norm Pounder and I first had the pleasure to meet Lee on the 29 April 2015 in the Intensive Care Unit, Royal North Shore Hospital, we looked at one another and said “what a determined and ...

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A wellbeing visit for Graham Henning and Geoffrey Evans

Men of League Foundation Wellbeing Officers John Bourke and Reg Cannon from the Sunshine Coast committee recently visited Graham Henning and Geoffrey Evans.

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John Harris – Supporting the rugby league community

A rugby league fan his whole life, John joined the Men of League Foundation eight years ago. Wanting to help the rugby league community even more so, John became a Committee Member of his Southern Sydney Committee just 12 months ago ...

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Checking in on John Yeo

Mid North Coast committee members Brian Atherton and Dennis Tutty recently visited John Yeo in Forster.

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Teammates for a year, friends for a lifetime – A visit for Alan Scott

Former first grade player Alan Scott was very pleased to catch up with his South Sydney Premiership winning second row partner Bob McCarthy and Warren Thompson when they recently visited him in hospital.

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A bag of laughs with Terry Bawden

Former Canterbury-Bankstown and Eastern Suburbs goal kicking fullback/centre/three-quarter, Terry Bawden, who is suffering from Parkinson’s Disease, was delighted to receive a visit from the Men Of League Foundation’s Gold Coast Committee Wellbeing Officers Greg Sylvester, Johnny ...

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