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Dene Halatau takes the field ahead of his final NRL game with the Wests Tigers.

Wests Tigers Life Member Dene Halatau has officially started his new role as culture and leadership coordinator as the club continues to strengthen its wellbeing and education department. 

Following on from the appointment of fellow 2005 premiership-winner Paul Whatuira as the club’s Wellbeing and Education Officer, Halatau will take up the part-time role with Wests Tigers after retiring from an illustrious NRL career this year. 

As well as Whatuira and Halatau, Debbie Brewin (wellbeing and education manager) and Tony Carson (football and wellbeing manager) also form part of the Wests Tigers Wellbeing and Education department. 



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