Welcome to Part Two of our '2010 Good Guys' series. We will be looking at the great deeds of ten NRL superstars across three days.
Part one was released on Christmas Eve and part three will be released on Boxing Day.
We would again like to wish all our readers a very Merry Christmas.
Today, we acknowledge the great work of David Williams, Corey Parker and Terry Campese, if you missed part one of the '2010 Good Guys' series, please click here
David Williams, Manly Sea Eagles – With injury ruling David out of the entire 2010 season, he has channelled his free time into working across all of the Sea Eagles community programs. This has seen David supporting schools, local charities and league related carnivals. He has also played a very important role in the refurbishment of the ‘Eagles Nest’ at Royal Far West, Manly.
Corey Parker, Brisbane Broncos – Corey holds ambassador roles with the Starlight Children’s Foundation, BoysTown, the Autism Early Intervention Outcomes Unit (AEIOU) and HUSH for Homelessness. Corey is also involved in club community activities through Broncos in the Community, including the Broncos Book Club, the McIntyre Centre and the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.
Terry Campese, Canberra Raiders – Terry is at the forefront of the Raiders’ Reaching Out community project and he is well known at the club for enlisting the support of other players for a variety of causes. Terry is an ambassador for White Ribbon Day and is a healthy eating ambassador for Avocados Australia. Terry has also undertaken roles with the Raiders 2010 Adopt-a-Raider Program, Ronald McDonald House and the Men of League Bowls Day.