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Think Pink Gala Dinner 2016

We are auctioning our @redsrugby jerseys from last weekend’s game to support the kids in the Reds Indigenous Program Scholarship. If you want my jersey head to to bid!
Was lucky enough to have a friendship with Jerry, he was an amazing person who I respected and idolised so much growing up #RIP #TakenTooSoon
What a honour to get to play alongside @willgenia and @jhorwill at the Reds! This weekend will be the last time we see these 2 play at @suncorpstadium in a @redsrugby jersey. We’ve had highs and lows but we all wish you well for the future!
Just want to give @chibbahanson a shoutout for this last game at @suncorpstadium for @redsrugby tomorrow night. We have played together since U19s and he’s been a big part of my career ever since. Over 80 games for the Reds is a massive achievement, wishing him all the success in the world for everything he is yet to achieve! #hooker2hooker
The happiness sport brings to kids #makesitworthit #Repost @houseofhighlights
Always a privilege to give back to my heritage! Jerseys will be auctioned off at to raise money for the Reds Indigenous Program.
All the best to our man @guysebastian in Austria at the 2015 @Eurovision. Show the world your true blue Aussie talent! #eurovision #AUS Lets use our Aussie spirit to get behind #Guysebastian 🇦🇺
Make sure to keep your donations coming & buy your tickets for @suitofchange Cocktail Party on the 21st May at 111 Eagle St for Suit of Change Day. We’ll be there, will you? Check out #SuitofChange @suitofchange
Disappointing not to be playing @colbyfaingaa this week. Had a severe head clash in last week game &got concussed – as a medical precaution not playing this week. There is not enough information out there on head injuries. Not worth taking a chance

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Think Pink Gala Dinner 2016


It’s that time of year again—we’re excited to announce the 2016 Think Pink Gala Dinner is on again for 2016!

We’ve moved to the Royal International Convention Centre in Bowen Hills on Saturday 5th November 2016, and would love to see you there.

Guests will enjoy a three-course meal with premium beverages and a night of unforgettable entertainment. Tickets are now available here.

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Saia and Anthony Fainga’a are just the third set of twins to play for Australia.


Are you good at working in a team? No matter what your job entails – construction, writing services, or customer care – you need to be able to communicate and work with your colleagues well. Listen to each other’s ideas and points of view. Try to learn as much as you can from other people’s experiences. Solve any conflicts by compromising, not fighting. Get to know each other through team buildings or doing other activities together. Respect each other’s opinions, and try to understand where the other person’s thoughts and feelings are coming from. Incorporate brainstorming as a team into your everyday work. That way, you’ll be able to get a lot of new and fresh ideas and unbiased opinions of each team member. You could also write an essay about working in a team and all the challenges that come with it. Voice your opinions on the matter, while staying true to yourself in the process and creating a good piece of writing is a good idea. Writing is tricky, so patience is the key. Don’t think that you’ll produce the best piece of text in existence in a short time. You’ll work hard, and change your sentences many times, before your final result will be ready. And even then, it's not over: check originally and format it properly as essays are hard to understand if not done up to the standards.

The success of any team in any team activity (work, sports, games, etc.) depends not so much on the individual skills of each player, but on the quality of management, team spirit. For example, in rugby, every player in a team can be at least Usain Bolt in the world of Rugby, but without a good captain and teamwork, this team will be weaker than schoolchildren with a strong captain, who created a strategy for which his team plays. But how do you train captaincy? As the captain of my rugby team, like my colleagues, I have created online courses in which we describe how we became captains ourselves and what captaincy is like. These courses appeared after my colleagues and I talked about the future of the whole sport and we agreed that the role of the captain is now fading into the background and because of this the teams began to play worse. And we decided to create interactive courses to share our experience.

Saia and Anthony Fainga’a of Tongan and Aboriginal descent were born on 2nd February 1987 in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, where they started playing rugby league as five year olds with the Queanbeyan Kangaroos. From a young age it was evident that the twins were something special. Not only were they at least a head taller than any other kid on the field but they were determined and loved playing together.

The twins attended St. Edmund’s College in Canberra where they first represented the school’s 1st XV rugby team at age 15. They were selected as captain and vice-captain of the Australian Schools team in 2004.

The Fainga’a Twins were again recognised for their leadership skills once again being rewarded captain and vice captain of the World Championship-winning Australian Under 19’s in 2006. They also represented Australia in the Under 21’s in 2006.

Both Faingaa Twins began their professional careers signing their first Super Rugby contracts with the ACT Brumbies in 2006. In 2009, both Saia and Anthony swapped out the wintery weather down south for the sunshine the Queensland Reds had to offer. Their move to Queensland not only developed their careers on the field with Wallabies selections, but also off the field. The Faingaa Twins have been inspiring mentors for Mission Australia, they are brand Ambassadors for Lexus of Brisbane and they go out of their way to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation with annual charity events.

The Faingaa Twins remarkable performance in the Reds 2011 Super Rugby title-winning season, gave them both the opportunity to play in the Tri Nations and made history when they were named in the starting line-up together against the All Blacks in Christchurch. They became the first set of twins since Mark and Glen Ella to start for the Wallabies in a Test and helped the Wallabies secure their first Tri Nations title in a decade. Their efforts were rewarded with a place in the Australian 30-man squad for the 2011 World Cup.

The Twins have re-signed to the Queensland Reds for 2015 and 2016.

Off field

We know what it takes to be part of a successful team at the highest international level and how to motivate your team to achieve success.

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  • Public Speaking
  • Diversity
  • Mentoring
  • Culture
Specialists with high level presentation skills & an ability to effectively communicate on all levels & across a variety of sectors such as employment, education and Indigenous awareness, to name a few. Proven abilities to speak with focus, energy & enthusiasm.
Proven abilities to speak with focus, energy & enthusiasm.
Role models and passionate advocates for celebrating and enhancing diversity on the field, in the workplace, through our charity work and mentoring programs.
Established public figures for diversity both on and off the field.
Embracing and demonstrating the benefits of diversity as both individuals and within a team.
We actively tell the story, our story, of a strong, cohesive Indigenous community that values its youth and their future by developing strong leaders ready to take on the challenges of tomorrow.
As mentors we provide information, capability, experience and support to participants through two main types of mentoring;
Developmental mentoring – Assisting in the development of new skills and abilities, acting as guides and a resource for the mentee's growth.
Sponsorship mentoring – Acting as career influencers than guides, taking a close interest in the progress of the mentee. Assisting in influencing others to help the mentee or mentee’s advancement.
We excel at bringing people and resources together. Highly motivated, detailed, confident, independent & thrive as leaders by driving & nurturing individuals as well as a team.
Internationally renowned high performance teamwork experts.
Able to identify & align goals of individual team members to produce a highly functioning team framework.
Proven ability to overcome adversity and implement strategic solutions to progress in a positive and cohesive manner.
Promote and enhance a culturally diverse society and workplace.


We would especially like to thank our sponsors who make us proud to represent them every time we run out on the field. We are extremely thankful for their support, hard work and dedication. Our sponsors play an important role as the backbone to all our charitable events and appearances.

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