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Wests Tigers players visited more than 6000 kids on the Mid North Coast last week, kick-starting the Club’s involvement in the annual NRL Community Carnival.

Dene Halatau, Matt Ballin, Joel Edwards, Bayley Sironen, JJ Felise and Chance Peni spent three days in the Coffs Harbour area visiting schools and attending a number of junior rugby league clinics.

The players split up into three groups and travelled out to 25 schools in three days across Dorrigo, Bellingen, Raleigh Urunga, Nambucca, Woolgoolga, Macksville, Scotts Head, Mullaway, Bowraville, Boambee, Toormina and Coffs Harbour.

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