Dick Old
July 26, 2015
Gair Thompson
July 26, 2015

Everitt plays a valuable role as an inspiring cultural mentor to the Wildcats Papatoetoe American Football Teams (both senior and juniors).

In mid February 2010, the Wildcats took out the championship for Auckland against the Metro Lions of Mt Albert in a hard-fought and well-deserved win.

Everitt has been bestowed the title of Coach Boon and is a well respected part of the Wildcats’ senior management. His motivational speeches in Samoan and English pump the players up at beginning, half-time and end of the games.

Everitt is pictured above with Nick (left) and Dyason Scanlan (right) from the Wildcats’ junior team.

Everitt has demonstrated loyal support and given inspirational speeches at most games that he’s attended. His contribution is highly commendable due to his natural talents and influential, positive and staunch Samoan discipline in attitude and customs.

To see Everitt at each game, performing his role to the best of his ability – enhanced by Spectrum Care’s personal ‘Outcomes’ vision – is a living testament to lived experiences through choices and opportunities.