Premiership greats establish past player foundation

Ken Hunter’s story in The Age in 1999, when he spoke openly of depression.

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Ken Hunter’s story in The Age in 1999, when he spoke openly of depression.Credit:The Age Library

Hunter said the FifthQtr and PA could work together. The new charity plans to provide support managers who then give those seeking help direction to health, financial, legal and employment aid. It is still seeking major business partners and sponsors to help with assistance.

Former West Coast Eagles player Patrick Bines, who recently won a $500,000 payout for permanent total disability after a career-ending neck injury, said more services were needed for those struggling post their playing…