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South Sydney Rabbitohs players John Sutton, George Burgess, Aaron Gray, Cheyne Whitelaw and Development Coach Matt King paid a special visit today to the Windgap Foundation.

The Windgap Foundation supports people with intellectual disabilities to live their lives to the fullest potential through facilitating community programs and activities. Sixty Windgap Participants were present today to meet with the Rabbitohs players.

Darrin Gordon, from the Windgap Foundation explained the highly anticipated visit from the Rabbitohs players was a highlight for all involved.

"The Participants here at Windgap absolutely love the Rabbitohs players and to have guys like John Sutton and George Burgess come and spend time with everyone here is just incredible," said Darrin.

Development Coach Matt King also spoke about the Rabbitohs commitment to supporting community organisations.

"All the players who visited today enjoy spending time with the Windgap Foundation. We are fortunate we are in the position to have such a positive impact on people’s lives," said King.

Souths Cares and the Windgap Foundation will continue to work together to promote awareness and inclusion for people with an intellectual disability.  

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