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AFL Grand Final Eve Office Closure

September 26, 2016

Please note that the Protect office and Contact Centre will be closed on Friday 30 September 2016 and will re-open on Monday 3 October 2016 due to the AFL Grand Final Eve public holiday.



Wheelchair Rugby at the 2016 Paralympics

September 01, 2016

On Monday 29 August, the Victorian seven members of the Australian Steelers played their final game on Australian soil before jetting off to Rio for the 2016 Paralympic Games.

Protect has been a long-standing supporter of wheelchair rugby in Victoria which has enabled the sport to flourish. More than half of the national team competing in Rio come from Victoria, as well as key support staff including the national coach, assistant coach, head nurse and referee.

Protect CEO, Alex McCallum, was at the wheelchair rugby farewell at Aqualink Box Hill, where he wished everyone the best of luck for success at the Games. He stayed on to watch some fast-paced, hard-hitting rugby over two hours of competition, proving that you don’t need to be in Brazil to watch amazing sport.

To follow the Australian Steelers, you can live stream from Paralympic.org (https://www.paralympic.org/) or watch on 7two (http://www.inside7.com.au/rio-2016-paralympics/)



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Protect Severance Fund Appoints New Chairman

March 07, 2016

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Shae's journey to Wheelchair Rugby

May 16, 2016

Shae had always been athletic, playing every sport available to the young Queenslander. When a car accident left her with an incomplete C6 spinal cord injury, she took it as a sign hers was to be an early retirement, aged only 18...



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