Group Seven rugby league community unite to tackle child sexual abuse

Agron Latifi
Updated May 16 2024 - 4:28pm, first published May 15 2024 - 2:10pm
Shellharbour Sharks open women's tackle team manager Emma Kissell (centre light blue top)with others in the Group Seven rugby league community supporting the inaugural Charity Shield fixture for Bravehearts. Picture by Sylvia Liber
Shellharbour Sharks open women's tackle team manager Emma Kissell (centre light blue top)with others in the Group Seven rugby league community supporting the inaugural Charity Shield fixture for Bravehearts. Picture by Sylvia Liber

Emma Kissell is not surprised she had little trouble convincing the Group Seven rugby league community to unite to tackle child sexual abuse.

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Agron Latifi

Agron Latifi

Sports Reporter

Wollongong born and bred. I love reporting about the Illawarra region and have been doing it for more than 20 years. I've moved into sport recently after covering the education round for the last five plus years for the Illawarra Mercury. It's been a great pleasure.

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