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Bulldogs support youth program at Bourke High

Trae Wilson, Lance Brown, Logan Lollback, Benson Barker, Adrian Kelly, Jarryn Moore, Koby Lollback (front), Neil Johnson, Kruze Ryan, Amanda Smith and Jaimyn Moore. Photo TWH

Paul Quigg

Detective Inspector

The Central North Police District, in partnership with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, presented the Bourke High School (Clontarf Academy) member of the year for 2022 at Clontarf’s annual awards presentation on 9 November 2022.

This award, a framed Canterbury-Bankstown 2022 Indigenous rugby league jumper was signed by Australian Kangaroo Josh Addo-Carr.

14-year-old Trae Wilson was presented with this award after several Key Performance Areas (KPA’s) were evaluated. These KPA’s included attendance at school and training, academy engagement.

Most importantly though, the winner must complete set tasks and continue to grow life skills using the academy’s values.

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem, and employment prospects of young Indigenous men and equips them to participate more meaningfully in society.

The foundation uses a unique, innovative, and highly successful approach to target one of the most at-risk groups in contemporary Australian society.

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