Several Manly Warringah Sea Eagles players volunteered their time to participate in a special charity event in Erina on Wednesday afternoon to help support Youth Suicide Prevention.
Former Manly, NSW and Australian player Glenn Stewart reached out to Manly players Kieran Foran who then recruited team-mates Jake Trbojevic, Tom Trbojevic, Lachlan Croker and Brad Parker to join him for ‘The Trojan Row’ at the Impact Centre.
Aware of the importance of the charity, the players were only too happy to take time out from their annual leave break to support the event through the Terrrigal Trojans Rugby Club, Lifeline and Beyond Blue. Manly co-owner and board director Gary Wolman also joined the players in support of the charity with the Sea Eagles presenting a signed jersey to auction.
Sea Eagles support Trojan Row charity event
The challenge saw the Sea Eagles players join the Terrigal Trojans and the Central Coast community in a 24-hour rowing challenge that started at 6am on the Wednesday and finished today.
You can make a donation here with proceeds going to Beyond Blue.
The Sea Eagles thank the Terrigal Trojans for an enjoyable afternoon and wish them all the very best for season 2022.