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Pathways players performing on and off the field

Seven Wests Tigers Pathways players have recently completed the NSW Government’s More Jobs, More Care program as part of their experience towards gaining a Certificate III in Disability Support.

This is yet another example of players preparing for life alongside and beyond their playing careers.  

Hosted by Wests Ashfield, the More Jobs, More Care initiative is a pre-employment program in the disability support space, and provides hands-on experience in the industry. 

The participating Pathways players now have their sights set on local support service What Ability. 

What Ability Foundation is a charity established by former rugby league player, Steve Dresler, to fund and facilitate experiences for people across Australia living with a disability or diminished capacity.

Wests Tigers NRL player Luke Garner an ambassador for their cause.

Well done to all players participating in the More Jobs, More Care program: 

Tyler Pelligra - Harvey Norman Women's Premiership

Shondell Akhabue - Harvey Norman Women's Premiership

Zayn Sluvinsky-Wilkins - Jersey Flegg + KOE NSW Cup

Finnley Neilsen - SG Ball and Jersey Flegg Cup

Cathane Hill - SG Ball

Manaia Ngataki-Matthews - SG Ball

Eliza Siilata - Tarsha Gale

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Wests Tigers respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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