Titans stars thrilled to help tackle bullying
Wednesday 6 February 2013 4:30 PM
The iSelect Gold Coast Titans kicked off day two of the NRL Community Carnival with a visit to Brunswick Heads Primary School.
Titans stars Luke O'Dwyer and David Mead spoke to students about the NRL's "Anti-Bullying" campaign, and were thrilled to be sending such an important message to students.
O'Dwyer said is was a thrill to help the NRL pass on an important message to students.
"It's great, I think the NRL is doing a great initiative doing the tackle bullying campaign. I think it's great to come out to the schools and put that forward to the kids and I think they are taking it with two hands,"
The players also discussed life as an NRL player and took the time to sign autographs for the young fans.
"The kids love what we do and we love coming out here and passing on the messages. We're in a good position to get the important messages out and the kids listen to us, which is a good thing," said Mead.
iSelect Titans Co-Captain, Nate Myles, Luke Bailey, Luke Douglas and Anthony Don were also on hand to help spread the message to local students visiting Byron Bay PS, Mullumbimby HS, Ocean Shores PS, Byron Bay HS, Mullumbimby PS, St Finbarr's PS, St John's Primary Mullumbimby, and Byron Bay Community PS.
The players also took part in a Byron Bay JRLFC registration day into the evening.