The Robert Rose Foundation
The Robert Rose Foundation provides support to those with spinal cord injuries (SCI) and their families. Funding raised is distributed to those in need with opportunities for active participation including the RRF Vic Wheelchair Football competition, mobility equipment, sporting equipment, home modifications and further education programs. Funding also helps supports Independence Australia’s counselling service and other existing peer to peer support programs. Respite Grants are also offered, enabling carers and the Spinal Cord Injured an opportunity to take a short term break.
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2018 VWFL Premiers Collingwood
From L to R: B. Newman, R. Amon, M. Walker, B. Stroud (C), M. Mulcahy, O. Cecconato, S. Faulkner, J. Pieronczik, B. Fitzzpatrick
Pat McKay Claims Robert Rose Foundation VWFL Best & Fairest Medal
St Kilda star Patrick McKay has claimed the inaugural Robert Rose Foundation Victorian Wheelchair Football League Best and Fairest award at the End of Season Presentation Night on Monday. Held at Punt Road’s Maurice Rioli Room, over 150 guests gathered to celebrate the inaugural season of the first state-wide Australian Football wheelchair competition. The 28-year-old took home top honours after polling 31 votes, ahead of Richmond’s Riley Fitzgerald (25 votes), St Kilda’s Ryan Smith (24 votes) and Collingwood’s Richard Amon (24 votes).
Photo courtesy of AFL Victoria: http://aflvic.com.au/mckay-claims-bf-medal/
COLLINGWOOD WINS!!!! The Magpies beat The Tigers to win the inaugural Robert Rose Foundation Victorian Wheelchair Football League Grand Final
The inaugural Robert Rose Foundation Victorian Wheelchair Football League Grand Final on September 3rd, 2018, saw two arch rivals and old foes Collingwood and Richmond battle for the premiership. In front of over 400 people at Boroondara Sports Complex, Collingwood totally dominated the game from the first bounce and were far too good for a nervous Tigers side, winning 13.4(84) to 2.10(22).
Photo courtesy of https://www.facebook.com/travability/