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Take a minute to think back to some of the best goals youve ever seen in the NRL. The match-winners, the sideline shots or even the wind-defying attempts from wherever. The art of putting the ball over the black dot is something every footballer wishes they could do.

But at the Roosters were wondering if you could...

Well, heres your chance to show us what you got.

On the back of what has been a very successful season for the Club the Roosters Steggles Charity Nest has hit a total of $1,307,129 to date. Now its your chance to contribute to this already considerable figure through the Charity Nest Kick For Kids Competition.

Kick For Kids will see four (4) lucky Roosters Fans selected to kick for goal at half time during the Round 25 match against the Titans, 1st September 2013. Each kick will be worth $1,000 which will be donated back to the childrens charities of the nest including; Childrens Health Foundation Queensland, Childrens Cancer Institute, Lifestart and the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC).

To enter simply tell us in 50 words or less why you should be the lucky Fan to Kick For Kids. Entries must be emailed to and include your First Name, Last Name and Contact No.

We would also like for each Fan to rate themselves on their goal kicking ability as per the below (we will need a representative from each category):

(1) James Maloney 87/97 (89%)

(2) Daniel Mortimer 2/4 (50%)

(3) Boyd Cordner 1/3

(4) Mitchell Pearce 0/1 (0%)

Each of the four (4) lucky Members will receive a Roosters gift for participating in this money cant buy experience.

Entries for the competition will close on Tuesday 27 August, 12pm (midday), so make sure you get the best response in today!
Acknowledgement of Country

Sydney Roosters respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.