Our Clients //Ashley Harrison

One of the most experienced players in the NRL with 276 matches to his name since making his debut for the Brisbane Broncos during the club’s premiership year in 2000.

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Our Clients //Steve Matai

A dual-premiership winning centre who is regarded as one of the fiercest defenders in the game, Matai has enjoyed a successful seven-year career since making his debut for Manly in 2005.

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Our Clients //Dale Richards

The first ever indigenous Australian to compete in an ASP World Tour event, this young Queenslander has won a bevy of surfing competitions and is widely recognised as one of the top young surfing talents in Australia.

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Our Clients //Jason Taumalolo

A New Zealand born bulldozer who has earmarked himself as the top second-rower in the NRL having helped lead the North Queensland Cowboys to a maiden premiership in 2015 and collecting Dally M Player of the Year in 2016

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Our Clients //Preston Campbell

Preston Campbell retired in 2011 after playing a staggering 267 NRL first grade games. Throughout his football years, Campbell has been part of Premiership winning team, was awarded the Dally M Player of the Year.

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Our Clients //Brenton Lawrence

Late maturing prop who emerged as a real surprise packed with the Gold Coast Titans during the 2011 season, after making his long awaited NRL debut at the age of 27.

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Our Clients //Daly Cherry-Evans

In an outstanding debut season in the NRL, Daly Cherry-Evans went from the Queensland Cup player of the year to reaching the pinnacle of rugby league by winning a premiership with Manly and wearing the green and gold for Australia.

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Our Clients //Brett Delaney

Strong centre who established a reputation playing for the Parramatta Eels and Gold Coast Titans in the NRL before joining the Leeds Rhinos in the English Super League.

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Our Clients //Mat Rogers

Now a family man, Rogers spends his time on continually developing 4 ASD Kids, a charity founded by himself and his wife Chloe Maxwell that simply raises money to sponsor kids affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders into programmes.

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Our Clients //Kevin Proctor

A rising star who played for both the Australian Schoolboys and Junior Kiwis before being selected to make his NRL debut for the Melbourne Storm in 2008.

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Our Clients //Greg Bird

Australian Test and NSW State of Origin representative who has built a reputation as a player that rises to the occasion when representing his state and country at the highest level.

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Our Clients //John Cartwright

John Cartwright is an Australian professional rugby league football coach and former player. He was head coach for the Gold Coast Titans for 4 years and is now assistant coach at the North Queensland Cowboys.

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Our Clients //Alice Tait

Alice Tait (née Mills) is a former Australian sprint freestyle, butterfly and individual medley swimmer who represented Australia at the 2004 Athens Olympics, winning two relay gold medals. Tait announced her retirement from the sport in June 2012.

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Our Clients //Ben Barba

One of the game’s biggest stars, Barba has quickly established a reputation as a real excitement machine with an uncanny knack of scoring tries.

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Our Clients //Sika Manu

A New Zealand international forward, who is now on board with the Hull F.C after previously being with the Penrith Panthers and a regular feature of the Melbourne Storm’s successful forward pack in recent years.

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Our Clients //Brad Arthur

In 1997 Arthur, aged only 22, accepted a job as a captain-coach of the Batemans Bay Tigers. In his first season the club didn't win a match however the club made the finals in their second year.

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Our Clients //Nate Myles

An integral part of the Queensland State of Origin team’s dominance over the past six years, Myles has notched 17 Origin appearances since making his debut for the Maroons in 2006, in what was only his second season in the NRL.

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Alice & Gregor Tait

Alice and Gregor Tait are former international level swimmers, representing Australia and Great Britain respectively for over 10 years. Although their journey to the top was littered with ups and downs, success and failure, they both achieved championship titles at the Commonwealth, World and Olympic Level.

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Anthony Dean

23 - Australian - Professional BMXer Living in California - Chasing the ultimate dream of Olympic GOLD

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Ashley Harrison

One of the most experienced players in the NRL with 276 matches to his name since making his debut for the Brisbane Broncos during the club’s premiership year in 2000.

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Ben Barba

One of the game’s biggest stars, Barba has quickly established a reputation as a real excitement machine with an uncanny knack of scoring tries.

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Brad Arthur

In 1997 Arthur, aged only 22, accepted a job as a captain-coach of the Batemans Bay Tigers. In his first season the club didn't win a match however the club made the finals in their second year.

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Brenton Lawrence

Late maturing prop who emerged as a real surprise packed with the Gold Coast Titans during the 2011 season, after making his long awaited NRL debut at the age of 27.

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Bryson Goodwin

Bryson Goodwin is a Premiership winning, New Zealand professional rugby league footballer for the South Sydney Rabbitohs of the NRL

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Christopher Wright

At the 2009 Australian Short Course Championships in Hobart, Chris broke the 200m butterfly Australian Short Course Record with a time of 1:51.11. In 2014, this record still stands.

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Colin Scotts

Colin Scotts is the first Australian to win a football scholarship in the United States of America and then have an outstanding career in the NFL. Colin played defensive end for the University of Hawaii, the St Louis Cardinals, the Arizona Cardinals and the Houston Oilers. He played five years of college football and 3 years as a professional.

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Craig Bellamy

Craig Bellamy (born 3 October 1959) is an Australian Rugby League football coach and former player. He is the current head coach of the NRL's Melbourne Storm club.

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Daly Cherry-Evans

In an outstanding debut season in the NRL, Daly Cherry-Evans went from the Queensland Cup player of the year to reaching the pinnacle of rugby league by winning a premiership with Manly and wearing the green and gold for Australia.

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Daniel Conn

Still a household name with a great public following, Daniel has also gone back to his original roots; TV and modeling and would love to be able to show Australian's just how passionate he is about living an active lifestyle.

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Daniel Tranter

Daniel John Tranter is an Australian swimmer who has competed for the Australian Swim team at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, the 2013 World Championships in Barcelona, Spain and the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. He is the current Australian champion and title holder in the 200-metre individual medley and has been for the past three years since winning his first title in 2012.

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Daryl Millard

A talented centre who made a name for himself playing for the St George Illawarra Dragons and Bulldogs in the NRL from 2006 to 2009 before heading to England to join Super League club Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in 2010.

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David Fa'alogo

New Zealand international representative back rower who made his mark in the NRL with the South Sydney Rabbitohs before joining the Huddersfield Giants in the English Super League.

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Frank Winterstein

A Samoan International who broke through into top flight rugby league with the Bulldogs in 2008 before joining the Wakefield Wildcats in the English Super League in 2009.

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Geoff Huegill

Geoffrey Andrew Huegill (born 4 March 1979) is an Australian butterfly swimmer who won silver in the 4×100 metre medley relay and bronze in the 100 metre butterfly at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. He held the long course world record in the 50 metre butterfly from 2000 to 2003.

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Glen Ella

Glen Ella is an Australian former rugby union player. Ella made four appearances for the Wallabies between 1982 and 1985 beginning with his international debut against Scotland in Brisbane.

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Greg Bird

Australian Test and NSW State of Origin representative who has built a reputation as a player that rises to the occasion when representing his state and country at the highest level.

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Jason Taumalolo

A New Zealand born bulldozer who has earmarked himself as the top second-rower in the NRL having helped lead the North Queensland Cowboys to a maiden premiership in 2015 and collecting Dally M Player of the Year in 2016

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Jeff Robson

A late maturing halfback who kick-started his NRL career in 2009 at age 27 when he helped the Parramatta Eels to a grand final appearance against Melbourne after featuring in 22 matches.

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John Cartwright

John Cartwright is an Australian professional rugby league football coach and former player. He was head coach for the Gold Coast Titans for 4 years and is now assistant coach at the North Queensland Cowboys.

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Kayne Lawton

Kayne Lawton (born 31 May 1989) is a retired Australian Rugby League footballer. He previously played for the Gold Coast Titans in the National Rugby League. He made his NRL debut in Round 20, 2009 against the Brisbane Broncos. He is now a healthy lifestyle ambassador and model

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Kevin Campion

Kevin Campion (born 18 September 1971 in Sarina, Queensland) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s.

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Kevin Proctor

A rising star who played for both the Australian Schoolboys and Junior Kiwis before being selected to make his NRL debut for the Melbourne Storm in 2008.

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Mat Rogers

Now a family man, Rogers spends his time on continually developing 4 ASD Kids, a charity founded by himself and his wife Chloe Maxwell that simply raises money to sponsor kids affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders into programmes.

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Melanie Wright (nee Schlanger)

Melanie Wright (nee Schlanger) OAM (born 31 August 1986) is an Australian Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer training at the Southport Olympic Swimming Club on the Gold Coast in Queensland under head coach Glenn Baker.

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Nate Myles

An integral part of the Queensland State of Origin team’s dominance over the past six years, Myles has notched 17 Origin appearances since making his debut for the Maroons in 2006, in what was only his second season in the NRL.

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Peter "Spida" Everitt

Peter "Spida" Everitt (born 3 May 1974) is a former Australian rules footballer who played for St Kilda (180 games), Hawthorn (72 games) and Sydney (39 games) in the AFL.

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Preston Campbell

Preston Campbell retired in 2011 after playing a staggering 267 NRL first grade games. Throughout his football years, Campbell has been part of Premiership winning team, was awarded the Dally M Player of the Year.

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Scott Sattler

Scott Sattler (born 13 December 1971 in Camperdown, New South Wales) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s, playing over 200 NRL games.

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Stephanie Morton

Stephanie Morton OAM (born 28 November 1990) is an Australian cyclist. She has won national and international cycling titles, and was Felicity Johnson's tandem pilot at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London, where she won a gold medal.

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Steve Matai

A dual-premiership winning centre who is regarded as one of the fiercest defenders in the game, Matai has enjoyed a successful seven-year career since making his debut for Manly in 2005.

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Tim Brasher

Tim Brasher is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s who played primarily as fullback.

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Wayne Bennett

Wayne Bennett, the most successful coach in the NRL, was coach of the Brisbane Broncos for 21 years from 1988 until 2008. In 2009 he was appointed Coach of St George Illawarra and in 2010 he took the team to its first NRL victory in 31 years.

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Wendell Sailor

Wendell Jermaine Sailor is an Australian former professional rugby football player who represented his country in both rugby league (222 NRL games) and rugby union (55 super rugby)– a dual code international. He has 16 Australian Rugby League caps and 37 Australian Rugby Union caps.

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