Brett Kimmorley

Brett Kimmorley

Former NRL Player, Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs

“I think everyone should be given an opportunity to pursue a dream or continue living and have some happiness.”

A 307-game NRL legend, Brett Kimmorley made a name for himself as a champion halfback during prominent stints at the Knights, Storm, Sharks and Bulldogs over a decorated 16-year career. The man nicknamed ‘Noddy’ also represented NSW and Australia.

Still actively involved in NRL circles, Brett currently works on the Sharks’ coaching staff and holds various media roles.

Brett understands the struggle many wheelchair athletes face in the aftermath of life-changing events, having lost his wife Sharnie to brain cancer in 2017.