The Knock-On Effect Skills Clinic comes to Griffith and Shellharbour

Updated: June 13, 2019
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Proud Partners NSW Rugby League and Transport for NSW are here to tackle road safety in NSW head-on.

While a knock-on may seem like a small mistake on the footy field, it can have a dramatic consequences on our roads. Join True Blue Legends Willie Mason and Luke Bailey for an important message and a skills and drills clinic in partnership with the Knock-On Effect.

The Clinic is targeted at boys and girls aged 15 years and up.

NSW Rugby League’s True Blues Ben Elias, Mark O’Meley, Willie Mason, Jamie Soward and Mark Hughes will head to regional NSW this month in conjunction with Transport for NSW in a bid to tackle road deaths and serious injuries across the state.

The Regional Roadshow is a major initiative in the partnership between NSWRL and Transport for NSW to create awareness of the 2019 Knock-On Effect campaign which was launched by the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues in the lead-up to Game One of the Holden State of Origin Series.

The campaign is spearheaded by Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues advisor Greg Alexander and coach Brad Fittler who were both personally affected by a road death tragedy after Greg’s brother Ben Alexander was killed in a car accident in 1992.

A skills Clinic will be held at Solar Smart Stadium in Griffith on Monday, 17th June from 5:00pm-6:30pm. 

A skills Clinic will be held at Ron Costello Oval in Shellharbour on Tuesday, 18th June from 5:30pm-7:00pm.