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Beau Champion, Ben Ross and Roy Asotasi have made a big impact in Northern NSW as they continue the Rabbitohs NRL Community Carnival in Kempsey, Macksville and Nambucca.

Continuing on the task to spread messages of respect and diversity to primary school students, the Rabbitohs trio have been visiting schools in Northern NSW since Monday.

Excited students were eager to meet and play with the three former Rabbitohs with one parent admittnig her child was so excited he hardly slept the night before. 

“For the schools in the Macleay area it has been a chance for them to interact with some of their South Sydney Heroes. It's a great way to expose this great sport of Rugby League," said Pat Preston, NRL Game Development Officer - Norther NSW.

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