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Monday, 11 March 2019

Surprise outcome emerges from sex tape scandal


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Believe it or not, some good is actually about to come out of the sex video social media scandal that has rocked rugby league in recent days.

The rash of videos has made several state government politicians realise the full extent of a problem that is rife with young people growing up in the cyber age.

Some experts believe children growing up in the internet era are completely unaware of the dangers of posting explicit material online.

They believe there are many more home-made explicit videos out in cyberspace - but it took a few high-profile league players to bring the extent of the problem to light.

As a result, government and school officials are considering bringing in an extensive educational program, starting at high school, on the dangers of making and distributing such inappropriate material.

HAYNE EMERGES AT TRAINING SESSION

Former superstar Jarryd Hayne had tongues wagging in Sydney’s south-west last week when he turned up at a training session with Thirlmere Roosters.

But Hayne, who hasn’t been able to land an NRL contract for 2019, isn’t about to turn out for the club in the Group Six competition.

He was just there in a one-off appearance, helping a former Parramatta teammate, Jake Mullaney, who is captain-coach of the club.

RAPER IN LINE FOR SHARKS JOB

Cronulla are in need of a few honest men to get the club back on track after the trail of disaster it has left in its wake.

And one bloke who has put his hand up is former Sharks coach and Men of League official Stuart Raper.

Raper is in for the position of head of football and is the right man for the job.

The son of Immortal Johnny Raper is highly respected in league circles and would ensure the Sharks adhere to the rules in coming years.

CARNEY'S BRILLIANT IMPACT IN BYRON

I spent the past week with the colourful Todd Carney up in Byron Bay and can report he is doing great things for bush footy.

Like many country teams, Byron is struggling for money and crowds but Carney’s high profile is slowly changing that.

The team ran last in the Northern Rivers Rugby League premiership last year but has started 2019 in fine style, with a 16-all draw with premiers Runaway Bay and a 26-4 win over Wingham Tigers in their two trials.

https://twitter.com/9_Moley/status/1102090629553676288?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

“There’s a long way to go but it’s been a great start,” captain-coach Carney told me.

It was great watching first hand as the former bad boy spent time with the locals, signing autographs and posing for photos in a bid to spread the league message to the tourist town in northern NSW.

Believe it or not, some good is actually about to come out of the sex video social media scandal that has rocked rugby league in recent days.

The rash of videos has made several state government politicians realise the full extent of a problem that is rife with young people growing up in the cyber age.

Some experts believe children growing up in the internet era are completely unaware of the dangers of posting explicit material online.

They believe there are many more home-made explicit videos out in cyberspace - but it took a few high-profile league players to bring the extent of the problem to light.

As a result, government and school officials are considering bringing in an extensive educational program, starting at high school, on the dangers of making and distributing such inappropriate material.

HAYNE EMERGES AT TRAINING SESSION

Former superstar Jarryd Hayne had tongues wagging in Sydney’s south-west last week when he turned up at a training session with Thirlmere Roosters.

But Hayne, who hasn’t been able to land an NRL contract for 2019, isn’t about to turn out for the club in the Group Six competition.

He was just there in a one-off appearance, helping a former Parramatta teammate, Jake Mullaney, who is captain-coach of the club.

RAPER IN LINE FOR SHARKS JOB

Cronulla are in need of a few honest men to get the club back on track after the trail of disaster it has left in its wake.

And one bloke who has put his hand up is former Sharks coach and Men of League official Stuart Raper.

Raper is in for the position of head of football and is the right man for the job.

The son of Immortal Johnny Raper is highly respected in league circles and would ensure the Sharks adhere to the rules in coming years.

CARNEY'S BRILLIANT IMPACT IN BYRON

I spent the past week with the colourful Todd Carney up in Byron Bay and can report he is doing great things for bush footy.

Like many country teams, Byron is struggling for money and crowds but Carney’s high profile is slowly changing that.

The team ran last in the Northern Rivers Rugby League premiership last year but has started 2019 in fine style, with a 16-all draw with premiers Runaway Bay and a 26-4 win over Wingham Tigers in their two trials.

https://twitter.com/9_Moley/status/1102090629553676288?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

“There’s a long way to go but it’s been a great start,” captain-coach Carney told me.

It was great watching first hand as the former bad boy spent time with the locals, signing autographs and posing for photos in a bid to spread the league message to the tourist town in northern NSW.

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