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He has 185 club matches and 21 representative games to his name and today Jetstar Gold Coast Titans forward Luke Bailey shared some of his secrets with young Gold Coasters.
Jetstar Gold Coast Titans duo Bailey and Kayne Lawton reinforced the importance of goal-setting when they visited the Keebra Park State High School's Annex alternative schooling program at Ashmore PCYC today.
Titans players have been regularly visiting the PCYC over the past six weeks to help encourage and mentor students aged between 12 - 15 years.
The program aims to help youngsters who have had difficulties in mainstream schooling by giving them education and employment assistance.
Bailey recalled his background and remembered how he could not have achieved what he had in rugby league without the aid of goal-setting.