Physical Disability Rugby League
With the ground breaking successful introduction of Physical Disability Rugby league to our shores in 2015, we are proud to announce that we are supporting the cost of sending the selection of Mathew Ngametua, Jim Doolan, Ben Tuimaseve, and Jaydon Pelenato Ah Hi to attend the Indigenous Combined Nations Squad playing the New South Wales Physical Disability Rugby League All Stars on July 9 at Redfern Oval,Sydney.
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“Thank you so much for your support (L4L) to get them there, we can’t thank you all enough.” – Sandra Hickey and the entire Physical Disability Rugby League NZ crew
Kiwi Ferns player, Krystal Rota
No.9 Kiwi ferns player Krystal Rota juggles her training commitments, parenting and schooling for her two children and studies. Her daughter, three-year-old Nikayla, has been diagnosed with Nephrotic syndrome and has recently had a kidney transport. As a result of this, Krystal is in and out of hospital on a weekly basis getting blood tests.
To help support Krystal during this difficult time, League 4 Life granted Krystal with the amount needed to cover her transport costs to and from the hospital for the year.
It is with thanks to the support of our members that we can continue to help Krystal, the NZ Disabled Rugby League and others.