Players out in the community

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles players will be involved in two very big days of exciting activities on the Northern Beaches in February.

The Sea Eagles will conduct a number of school visits across the Northern Beaches on Tuesday, February 13, as part of the NRL Game Development Schools Blitz.

With a focus on Health and Wellbeing, the Sea Eagles NRL squad members will speak to children, teachers, and parents about empowering students, healthy food choices, the importance of exercise, and working as a team.

There are still a few openings for Primary Schools to sign up for the visit, so it’s not too late to book.

If you think your child’s school would be interested in having the Sea Eagles visit, have your School Principal or Sports Coordinator contact Manly Game Development Officer, Luke Heckendorf, via email at lheckendorf@nrl.com.au

On Wednesday, February 14, the Sea Eagles NRL squad members will be assisting at Junior League Come & Try afternoons for all children aged 5 – 13 interested in playing Junior League in 2018.

The sessions will run from 4pm to 5.30pm at the following Junior League Clubs and venues:

Mona Vale Raiders: Newport Oval, Newport

Narrabeen Sharks: Lake Park, North Narrabeen

North Curl Curl Knights: Reub Hudson, North Curl Curl

Beacon Hill Bears: Beacon Hill Oval, Beacon Hill

Manly Brothers: Nolans Reserve, North Manly

Harbord United Devils: Harbord Park, Freshwater

Forestville Ferrets: Forestville Park, end of Currie Road, Forestville

Narraweena Harks: Beverley Job Park, Narraweena

Cromer Kingfishers: St Matthews Farm Reserve, Cromer

Belrose Eagles: Mimosa Public School, 1 Mimosa Street, Frenchs Forest