Wearing her Tricolours with pride, Jocelyn Kelleher proudly gives back to the youth in her community - beyond her Club commitments.
Selfless and dedicated are two words used to describe Jocelyn as she leads community programs for the club while juggling an NRLW career, tertiary study and work commitments.
Jocelyn teaches and inspires youth about health and wellbeing, and promotes participation in Rugby League through the Roosters Central Coast School Blitz. Visiting numerous schools and positively impacting hundreds of students, Jocelyn uses her profile and her time to inspire students to live a healthy lifestyle.
Jocelyn is an enthusiastic participant in all the club’s community-based initiatives. Giving up her own time to attend numerous youth events, such as Ourimbah League Tag, Broken Bay Secondary Sports Association Girls Rugby League is common practice for Jocelyn.
She eagerly ran training sessions with the female participants and presented the team jerseys at these community events. Her involvement in the club’s Girls Get Active Day is another example of Jocelyn’s commitment and enthusiasm to inspire youth to live a healthy lifestyle, through Rugby League.
On the field, in the community or in schools, Jocelyn represents the NRL’s core beliefs of inclusivity, positivity and unity.