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Boyle nominated for Veronica White Medal

nib Newcastle Knights Prop Millie Boyle has been nominated for this year's Veronica White Medal for her incredible work in the wider community.

This Cobargo Eels Junior, Millie Boyle is new to the Newcastle Knights in 2022 but has already made a significant impact on and off the field. Vote now. 

Millie has enthusiastically embraced all opportunities to be part of the Knight’s community work, from hospital visits to community events including volunteering her voice and personal experience at a Butterfly Foundation panel presentation. It was clear Millie made a significant impact on the audience, inspiring them to love ‘the skin they are in’, and reminding them of the importance of personal appreciation and acceptance.


In addition to giving her time to these important community activities, Millie’s most significant and impactful community service is to those living with a disability. Millie’s passion for improving life outcomes and experiences for people living with disability was born from her own life experiences, growing up with her little sister, Hannah, who lives with Down Syndrome.

Millie recognised a need for people with disabilities to participate in programs beyond school that would provide genuine opportunities to develop life and vocational skills.

So fiercely dedicated and passionate to the cause, Millie started the Game Changer program to help people realise their full potential. In six months, Millie has delivered seven Game Changer workshops throughout NSW and Queensland, positively impacting more than two hundred program participants, as well as their families and friends. The program links to the core values of Rugby League while building physical, mental and social skills.

In such a short time at the Knights, Millie has already made a significant difference in the community.