2010 Good Guys: Part Three

Welcome to Part Three of our '2010 Good Guys' series, looking at the great deeds of ten NRL superstars.<p></p>Check out part one <a href="http://www.nrl.com/news/news/newsarticle/tabid/10874/newsid/61027/2010-good-guys-part-one/default.aspx">here</a>, and part two <a href="http://www.nrl.com/news/news/newsarticle/tabid/10874/newsid/61031/2010-good-guys-part-two/default.aspx">here</a>.<p></p>We would again like to wish all our readers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.<p></p>Today, we acknowledge the great work of Jarrod Mullen, Petero Civoniceva, Aaron Heremaia and Chris Heighington:<p></p><b>Jarrod Mullen, Newcastle Knights</b> – For more than a year Jarrod has been an ambassador for the Starlight Children’s Foundation and he is a frequent visitor to the Starlight Room at John Hunter Hospital. He is also a frequent visitor to Ronald McDonald House at the hospital. Growing up in Newcastle, he is particularly passionate about working in the local community and supporting the Knights’ fans.<p></p><b>Petero Civoniceva, Penrith Panthers</b> – Together with the Panthers, Petero has set up the Panthers Mentoring Program to support members of the NRL team in their lives off the field. Each month Petero oversees a team dinner that includes ten mentors from the community. The group was established in 2009 and together they discuss everything from financial advice to seeking further career training.<p></p><b>Aaron Heremaia, New Zealand Warriors</b> – Aaron has taken on a mentor role with the Dream Youth Centre Extreme (DYCE) youth centre in his hometown of Manurewa, New Zealand. Aaron’s work with the centre has inspired him to seek further training so he can continue his youth work after his rugby league career.<p></p><b>Chris Heighington, Wests Tigers</b> – Chris has worked as an avid ambassador for the Wests Tigers anti-bullying program and has visited many schools throughout 2010. Chris has also dedicated much time towards the Wests Tigers partnership with the Exodus Foundation Tutorial Centre, which he visits monthly to read with the kids.