“We like to look after each other, we want our players to go home to their families, especially after a function or a Saturday night,” he said.

“Our guys … take it very seriously and we look after our mates and that’s what it’s all about. It’s a team game, guys look after each other on the ground, but not just on the ground but off the ground as well.”

As the ‘Real Mates’ campaign asserts, words do not have to be verbally spoken – just a look can make a big difference.


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