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In partnership with our poud Major Partner Steggles, the Club will in Season 2014 be rewarding young people in our local community for outstanding efforts in helping contribute to their community through the ‘Little Steggler in the Community’ program.

The ‘Little Steggler in the Community’ aims to identify young people who demonstrate the Sydney Roosters key values in team work, responsibility, respect, enthusiasm, honesty and pride in their local community.

It is with great excitement that we are happy to announce our first Little Stegger in the Community, Gabe Joesph.

Gabe has been nominated by his Teacher and Sports Co-ordinator at Bellevue Hill Public School with the below testimonial:

“He is the current School Captain of Bellevue Hill Public School, as well as the captain of the school's Rugby League and Rugby Union teams," says Lauren Brash – BHPS Teacher & Sports Co-ordinator.

"He always promotes team work and respect within his team by being an outstanding leader and leading by example. He organises playing equipment without having to be asked and has made up training drills to assist the teams performance."

"Gabe has individually spearheaded an SRC fundraising campaign to raise money for an "outback library" for disadvantaged schools in the country with a high Aboriginal population. This has now become a fundraising target for the rest of the year at BHPS."

For demonstrating these values Gabe has WON himself a Steggles Prize Pack including receive a lunchbox, footy, cap and 4 x Tickets to our next Home Game on July 5 when we host the Cronulla Sharks at Allianz Stadium.

The Sydney Roosters & Steggles wish to congratulate Gabe on his efforts in taking out the first Little Steggler Award of 2014.


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.