The St George Illawarra Dragons have proudly completed a three-day visit along the Far South Coast, delivering the club's ‘The Best You Can Be’ Health and Wellbeing program.
St George Illawarra Dragons visit the Far South Coast
NRLW players Tara McGrath-West and Keele Browne accompanied community staffon the recent visit to 9 local primary schools to help deliver wellbeing messages, witha particular focus on resilience, nutrition, and fitness.
In addition to the school visit, female players were invited to attend a 'come and try' clinic in Bega for girls aged 11-16 years of age who were interested in playing tackle rugby league ahead of the Group 16 November 9s competition.
Tara McGrath-West and Keele Browne spoke to all the girls on the day about how excited they were to see the growth in and excitement in Women’s Rugby League and to make the most of the opportunities the girls now have that wasn’t around a few year ago.
The trip followed on from several visits to local schools across Wollongong and St George with the program being delivered as far south as Delegate and as far north as St George.
To learn more about the St George Illawarra Dragons ‘The Best You Can Be’ program or to find out how your school can become involved, click the link below.