Monday 11 February 2013 6:09 PM
Parramatta Eels players have visited 18 schools around the NSW South Coast to spread the word about the NRL's anti-bullying campaign.
The three-day trip to Shoalhaven and the surrounding region was part of a NRL One Community blitz where the players were able to meet up with the many rugby league fans and get in touch with the local community.
The message about self-respect, tolerance and caring is important to many of our players; and they shared their own experiences with bullying with 7,238 children throughout the trip.
Click on our video above to see the highlights from Nowra East Public School and St Michaels Nowra.