Wellbeing

Mark meets his idol Wally Fullerton-Smith

Earlier, Men of League Foundation Queensland Committee Member Wally Fullerton-Smith took time out of his busy schedule to visit our good friend, Mark Fulton.

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A catch up in the big smoke with George & Jacqui

Men of League Wellbeing Manager Mark Bunting caught up with George and Jacqui Woodfield from Ilfracombe in Western Queesland.

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Happy Birthday Johnny Raper

Immortal and Team of the Century lock, Johnny Raper MBE, celebrated his 79th birthday yesterday (12 April).

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Another Rewarding Wellbeing Visit

As has been the practice of Wellbeing Officers of the Northern Sydney Committee, Norm Pounder, Fred Jackson, Ken Vessey accompanied by Bruce Walker, NSW Men of League NSW State Manager, recently visited Royal Rehab Centre, Ryde.

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An update on young Mia

Last year, we told you the story about young Mia from Bundaberg who was diagnosed with leukemia and spent much of her young life in Brisbane receiving treatment.

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A pair of rugby league legends

Men of League Foundation Brisbane Committee member and former Australian rugby league legend Wally Fullerton-Smith recently visited former Norths and Queensland legend Fonda Metassa.

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John Topp’s Membership Urge

John has been involved in rugby league his whole life. He played until the age of 16, before becoming a referee.

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Update on Alan Scott

Recently, we we published a story about Alan Scott spending some time in hospital. Alan has since been released and has returned to the comfort of his home, so John Peard and John Harris paid a visit to the former ...

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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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