SEAGULLS CONTINUE PARTNERSHIP WITH DEADLY CHOICES - The Community Leader and Real Estate New and Views

Tristan Hope, Sam Scarlett, Tracey Thompson (Deadly Choices ambassador and former rugby league player), Jayden Berrell and Daine Spencer. Photo: Supplied.


The BMD Wynnum Manly Seagulls are proud to extend their long-standing partnership with Deadly Choices. As an initiative of the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, Deadly Choices focuses on improving access to primary health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Through the partnership, the Seagulls hosted two Indigenous Recognition games, in Redlands and Maryborough, as part of the Intrust Super Cup season. In back-to-back games this July, the Gulls took on the Northern Pride at Pinklands Sporting Complex, then faced the PNG Hunters for the second time this season at Eskdale Park.

Indigenous Recognition match days incorporate a variety of coaching clinics and junior games, as well as the chance to meet rugby league icons and Deadly Choices ambassadors. The club played in a unique Indigenous jersey for each match to represent the local Indigenous culture, with the designs revealed in the lead up to the games.

The relationship between the Seagulls and Deadly Choices has a proud history, with previous games held on North Stradbroke Island in an effort to bring elite rugby league to passionate local fans. The partnership also allows Deadly Choices and their affiliated health clinics to promote healthy choices at the game and improve long-term health outcomes for the community.

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