Indigenous footy fanatics travel 3,000km from Alice Springs to NSW on camels to play in the NRL

Indigenous twin brothers spend six months travelling 3,000km from Alice Springs to NSW on CAMELS so they can make their mark in the NRL – even though they’d never played the game before

  • Tyler and Tashiem Abbott travelled for almost 3000km to realise their dreams 
  • The Indigenous twins remarkably did this by riding CAMELS for six months 
  • They were aged just 12 at the time and were chasing their rugby league dreams 
  • They survived on damper, kangaroo, porridge and occasional bacon and egg roll

It’s something more akin to a movie than real life:…

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