Warwick Rugby League Club secretary Garry Hanson and president Greg Carey with under 18 players Jackson Brookman and Braden Hocking promoting the One Punch Can Kill concept.
Warwick Rugby League Club secretary Garry Hanson and president Greg Carey with under 18 players Jackson Brookman and Braden Hocking promoting the One Punch Can Kill concept.

Clubs take tough stance on violence

WARWICK Cowboys Rugby League Club president Greg Carey said the club was pleased to be part of the One Punch Can Kill concept being sponsored by the Warwick Police.

The campaign has been adopted by the rugby league club, along with the Warwick Water Rats Rugby Union Club and Warwick Redbacks AFL club to promote the message to players that violence will not be tolerated either on or of the field, with penalties handed out to players who break the rules.

Mr Carey said a Warwick Cowboys player received a four-week suspension recently for an off-field incident which showed the club was taking the campaing seriously.



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