A record 300,087 children have experienced Rugby League’s powerful “Tackle Bullying” program as part of the 2014 Community Carnival.
NRL greats Brett Finch, Michael Crocker, Danny Buderus and Jason Ryles will take the game’s powerful “Tackle Bullying” program to children and parents at Bellingen.
SYDNEY NRL CLUBS UNITE TO TACKLE BULLYING
NRL stars from the Roosters, Eels and Panthers will tomorrow (Monday) unite against bullying to deliver the game’s powerful “Tackle Bullying” program to almost 38,000 children in one day in their local Sydney communities.
In the biggest day of the 2014 Community Carnival, the Eels, led by Jarryd Hayne, Ben Smith and Tim Mannah will visit more than 23,500 children in Parramatta with the support of the NSW Government Education Minister, Adrian Piccoli and Eels CEO, Scott Seward.
Meanwhile 12 Panthers including Jamal Idris, Tyrone Peachey, Tim Grant, Jamie Soward and Leilani Latu will visit more than 12,800 students at 44 schools throughout Penrith; while Roosters stars including skipper Anthony Minichiello and Boyd Cordner will visit 3000 children at local Eastern Sydney schools.
Players from the three Sydney-based clubs are armed with new educational resources developed by the NRL in conjunction with the Australian Catholic Universi
Wests Tigers stars including Braith Anasta and Cory Paterson will conclude the club’s 2014 Community Carnival today
As a part of the NRL's One Community Tackle Bullying program, Melbourne Storm players will visit over 10,000 primary school children across Victoria.
The NRL’s Tackle Bullying Campaign that has reached 100,000 school children in the past fortnight has been endorsed by leading anti-bullying groups in the US and Australia.
Skipper Michael Ennis will today lead a full Bulldogs squad to visit 32 schools in their local Canterbury-Bankstown community.
The Dyldam Parramatta Eels have paid a visit to 16 schools across Alice Springs to promote #tacklebullying, the NRL’s anti-bullying initiative.
The inaugural First Nations Goannas team will today receive their jerseys from the country’s first Indigenous Rugby League Test player Lionel Morgan.