Sea Eagles stars visit sick kids at Manly’s Royal Far West centre in Manly
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SEA EAGLES players dropped by Manly’s Royal Far West Hospital to cheer up country kids.
Brenton Lawrence and Cameron Cullen met some of the children from regional NSW who are being treated at the centre.
Lachlan Boyling, 11, from Wallerawang, Claudia Stratton, 12, from Coomanble and Beau Hutchison, 13, from Hay, were among patients who got to rub shoulders with the players.
The visit was to mark the donate a Junior Membership program which allows Sea Eagles members and supporters to donate a $55 white General admission Junior Membership to a child at Royal Far West, in Manly.
The organisation is the charity partner of the club, and so far 60 memberships have been donated to get sick children to Sea Eagles matches
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles CEO, Tim Cleary, said: “It is fantastic to see the tremendous generosity from Sea Eagles supporters who want to make a difference by giving a young boy or girl from a regional area the chance to take in an NRL game at Lottoland.”
Royal Far West’s CEO Lindsay Cane said: “This year the fantastic Manly Sea Eagles members have once again donated Junior Memberships to Royal Far West, which means that 64 country kids accessing our services will get to experience the thrill and excitement of a first-grade game of rugby league.”
Buy a gift membership for a child at Royal Far West in Manly by visiting membership.seaeagles.com.au or by calling 02 9970 3000. It costs $55