Men’s Health

Offload: Build a winning mindset at OSCA

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Every man needs support to make ground in his life.

OSCA Foundation hosts this Rugby League Cares organised workshop where past and current Rugby League players share how they cope with the everyday demands of life whilst being a professional athlete. They share their personal real experiences to important topics. They are giving men genuine real-life examples that they can relate to and learn from.

Read about the Offload programme

You don’t need to be a Rugby League fan, or even a sports fan to benefit from Offload.

These sessions will help you build your own mental fitness and a better mindset, as well as support others around you who may be struggling.

Sessions take place every Monday at 6pm from Monday 7th February to Monday 14th of March 2022

For more information and to book your place, please contact Chris Mitchell (

Men United at Ovenden Park are now on Facebook

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Find the Men United Group on Facebook to keep up to date with all that’s going on and get involved if you wish.

If you know of a man who may benefit from 2 hours out on a Wednesday morning then be sure to pass on the message.

Whether that be your husband, father or grandfather rest assured they will be made to feel welcome.

This week will see Community Matron, Sheila Kolanovic pay a visit to the group as part of Mens Health Week 2016.

Find more upcoming at

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