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League goes Family Violence its not OK

June 11, 2013 at 4:19 PM

Manukau Rugby league players, referees, managers and parents on the sidelines are getting more exposed to Family Violence is Not OK message in South Auckland. The campaign, also running in Northland and Canterbury, sets out to remake the culture around rugby league. "Rugby league is a gladiatorial sport...played by tough men" who play to win but who are coached to play in the spirit of sport as Mr Kasey King, Counties Manukau zone manager explains. Great to see encouraging changes such as this in the sports communities. More on that news item here

Category: It's not OK