After a gruelling week of pre-season training Bulldogs player Tony Williams joined in festivities at Picnic Point High Schools annual Social Inclusion Day on Friday, November 22.
To celebrate Social Inclusion Week and show their support for Cerebral Palsy Alliances Say Hi campaign; Picnic Point High joined forces with students from Broderick Gillawarna Public School and Sir Joseph Banks High in an action packed day on the schools calendar, which is vital in promoting a more inclusive society, regardless of a persons ability or disability.
Timing his arrival for the beginning of the bbq lunch cooked by senior students; Tony was guest of honour and a massive hit with the many students who lined up to get photos and autographs with the towering second rower.
When official duties commenced Tony took his place centre stage where he was greeted with an impressive highlights reel which the school had put together for him. Next Tony was interviewed, featuring some very inquisitive audience questions.
In a light-hearted affair many cheers erupted from the crowd, especially when Tony spoke of his love and enjoyment playing for a Club like the Bulldogs.
By the end of the day it was hard to decipher who was enjoying themselves more Tony or the students.
A big thank you to Picnic Point High School for organising a fabulous afternoon and for supporting such an important cause.