Wellbeing

The NRL/RLPA Welfare and Education Program actively supports players

The NRL/RLPA Welfare and Education Program actively supports players in their role as professionals athletes and prepares them for life away from the game.

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Brenton Bowen

The Melbourne Committee was recently made aware of the challenges that Brenton Bowen and his family were enduring as Brenton fights hard to overcome the a major health issue.

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Edinglassie Lodge supports their NRL teams

Through the “ICAP” Back to the Game, Men of League organised a group of nursing care residents from the Penrith area to watch their favourite teams play, as the Panthers hosted the Rabbits on a hot Sunday evening in the ...

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Bill Johnson

Men of League metropolitan Welfare Officer and former Manly Sea Eagles player Norm Pounder alongside former Sea Eagles and North Sydney Bears front rower Bill “Herman” Hamilton visited Dubbo local, Bill Johnson, who is suffering from leukaemia.

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Bob Sargent

Acting upon advice received via the “grape vine” that a well known and respected rugby league stalwart Bob Sargent had not been in the best of health, MOL Welfare Officers Brian Finnigan and Ken Vessey accompanied by MOL Member Greg ...

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Kevin Hain

On the 27 February 2013, Men of League Welfare Officers Fred Jackson, Ken Vessey and Men of League Member Chris Letters paid a visit on a former CBA work colleague of Chris’s, Kevin HAIN who turns 86 years old on the 13 March 2013 ...

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Clarke O’Brien

Men of League welfare officers John “Bomber” Peard and Ron Pearce caught up with former referee, Clarke O’Brien.

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Old Rabbitoh in good spirits

On the 27 February, Men of League Welfare Officers Fred Jackson, Ken Vessey and Men of League Member Chris Letters paid a visit on a former CBA work colleague of Chris's, Kevin Hain who turns 86 years old on the 13 March, ...

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Wendy Porter

Geoff Cagney from Men of League (MOL) presents a cheque to Wendy Porter to assist with her medical expenses incurred from a serious motor vehicle accident earlier this year.

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Adam O’Neill

Central Coast Welfare Officers Les Pearce and Dennis Culpan recently met with Adam O’Neill of Umina.  Adam played rugby league for North Sydney, Canterbury-Bankstown and South Sydney from 1981 to 1990. 

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