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This week's Bush Telegraph features a wrap of the Hogs for Homeless ride, Newcastle Charity Boxing Night and the success of the 2014 Community Carnival.
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NSWRL Hogs for the Homeless Harley Davidson Charity Ride
NSW Blues Legends - Brad Fittler and Ian Schubert arrived at the Taree Council Building, at the conclusion of the Country leg of the H4H Charity Ride.
The Blues Legends were invited to share morning tea with the Manning Valley Mayor, Group 3 JRL Delegates and members of Old Bar JRL.
They also presented the Old Bar JRL delegates with local hero, Boyd Cordner's current NSW Blues Jumper.
Results from Newcastle's Charity Boxing Night
Another great night of Boxing was held at Newcastle Leagues last Saturday night.
Results of each fight were as follows:
Congratulations to all those who competed on the very entertaining night. Click here to view all the action.
There will be another players Boxing Night straight after the 2014 season.
2014 Community Carnival the most successful in history
A record 300,087 children have experienced Rugby League's powerful "Tackle Bullying" program as part of the 2014 Community Carnival delivered at 899 schools in more than 400 towns across Australia and New Zealand over the past six weeks.
The game's most successful Community Carnival kicked off in late January with the Dragons visiting schools in their local area of Kiama and wound up this week with Ambassadors visiting more than 5,000 children in Perth.
The program, the largest of its kind in Australian sport, also received endorsement last month by US experts at the National Bullying Prevention Centre in Minnesota and by Australian organisation, the Alannah and Madeline Foundation in Melbourne.
During the six-week 2014 campaign, Ambassadors and players from all 16 NRL Clubs covered more than 20,800km, with highlights including:
"We're extremely proud of all of the hard work and effort the players, Ambassadors, Development Officers, NRL Clubs and the One Community team have dedicated to this year's Community Carnival," said NRL Community, Culture and Diversity Interim General Manager, Mr Mark Deweerd.
"It's been our widest reaching campaign to date and we hope to have made a tangible impact on reducing bullying in schools across the country."
Key Statistics for 2014 Community Carnival: