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Sir Graham Lowe Named as Key Note Speaker at State Conference

NSW Touch Football is pleased to announce that Sir Graham Lowe will be our honoured key note speaker at this year’s State Conference to be held on the 3rd and 4th of August at Bankstown Sports Club.

Sir Graham Lowe has forged a reputation that transcends his position as a football coach and rugby league icon.

In the all in session, Lowe will discuss aspects of both personal and professional experiences from his life, that reflect the very nature of the man, hard-hitting, down-to-earth, yet compassionate, realistic and results-driven.

Sir Graham has coached Rugby League at the highest level, coaching Manly-Warringah, North Queensland Cowboys and Wigan in the ARL and Super League competitions. Queensland in State of Origin and New Zealand at National level.

Off the field Sir Graham was appointed to Chief Executive Officer of the Manly Sea Eagles from 2009-2011, and is currently the owner of the Bradford Bulls in England. Lowe was awarded the Queen’s Service Medal for community service in the 1986 New Year Honours, and has recently been promoted to Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to youth and education in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours.

To register to attend this year’s NSWTA State Conference, click here

The program for the 2019 State Conference can be found here

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