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Early rise for Narraweena Public School Students

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It’s been an early start to Tuesday mornings in term 3 at Narraweena Public School due to the Coles Backyard League Center Breakfast Club.

140 students started Tuesdays with some Rugby League skills sessions, Sea Eagles Trivia, a talk with some of the Sea Eagles players about healthy lifestyle and then the best part - a healthy breakfast consisting of cereal, milk, fruit and a surprise treat of either scrambled eggs and baked beans, pancakes and strawberries, muffins or making their own juices and smoothies. Glenn Stewart serving up breakfast to the students certainly made the first meal of the day most enjoyable for the young Sea Eagles fans.

Students from kindergarten to year six attended each Tuesday morning to be educated on the importance of exercising and eating a healthy diet. Jason King’s attendance at the Backyard League coaching sessions led to some spirited games of two handed touch with the students changing the rules if one team started to dominate the games. Members of the Narraweena Junior Rugby League Club have been also attending to assist with the skills sessions and to talk about playing Rugby League.

Would like to thank Fresh Solutions Group for donating the fruit, Nana Kitchen for donating the cereal, Breville for juices, Narraweena Junior Rugby League Club and the Manly Sea Eagles Community Department for their continue support.

 Article kindly supplied by NRL Sydney Metro NSW