Roger Rasheed heads an incredible team of sporting identities proud to be ambassadors for the Roger Rasheed Sports Foundation. Our ambassadors help out where possible to support Roger and his team at all stages of a project.

Roger Rasheed


Former international tennis professional, a world-renowned tennis coach and media commentator.

“I know what sport has done for me and so many people I have met around the world. I am grateful for the opportunities it has given me. I believe that sport can positively influence all lives.”

Greg Norman


When Roger first explained his vision for the Foundation, it was an easy 'yes' for me. The RRSF is all about taking away the reasons. Taking away the barriers. And giving all children access to sport, regardless of background or circumstance.

Bruce McAveney


Perhaps Australia's most highly-respected sports broadcaster. The well-known face and voice of the Seven Network – AFL, Olympics, Tennis, horse-racing and more. Father of 2.

Shane Watson


Former Vice Captain of the Australian Cricket Team. Made his Test debut in 2002. Shane credits his cricket career to the lucky sporting opportunity he received as a country boy.

Chris Dittmar


Former world number 1 squash player, Mentor to young sporting athletes and currently a national sports presenter/commentator -Triple M radio. Father of two.

Warren Tredrea


Former Port Power Champion. AFL Premiership Captain 2004. 4 Best and Fairest awards, 4 All Australian selections, 255 games. Father of three.

Rory Sloane


Rory joined the RRSF team in 2012, he is a powerful member of the Adelaide Crows, loves all sports and has a great passion for helping kids get into sport which is why Rory is a perfect Ambassador for us and a valuable member of our team.

Rachael Sporn


Australian Basketball Champion. Three Olympic Games appearance – two silver medals and one bronze. Member of the Australian Sports Hall of Fame. Mother of two.

Travis Boak


Selected at No. 5 in the 2005 AFL Draft, Travis Boak made his Debut in 2007 for the Port Adelaide Power Football Club, Travis has proven himself time and time again as a great footballer and a committed team man. His appointment as Captain of his side in 2013, at the age of 25, pays tribute to his sterling leadership credentials. We are proud to have such a great athlete, and good person as one of our Ambassadors.

Wally Masur


International tennis player and Australian Davis Cup player. Career high – # 15 in Singles and #8 in Doubles. Fox Sports tennis commentator. Father of four.

Travis Dodd


Former Adelaide United Captain, Australian Team member, Currently playing for Perth Glory. Father of two.

Megan Jones


Equestrian Olympic Silver Medallist. Australian Team – 3 Day Eventing.

Pat Kelly


Former New York Yankee (7 years) and winner of World Series with the Yankees in '96'. He went on to play for St Louis Cardinals and Toronto Blue Jays for a nine year stint in the Majors. He is now living in Australia and is a father of two.

Natalie von Bertouch


Australian Netball player and captain, she led her team to the 2011 World Netball Championships and was a member of the winning team in 2007. Captain of the Adelaide Thunderbirds.

Graham Cornes OAM


Former SANFL champion playing for Glenelg WITH 317 games. Coach of Adelaide Crows 91-94 and is now 5AA presenter on SA's number one sports radio show. Graham is a father of 5 kids.

Juliet Haslam


Dual Olympic Gold medalist with the Hockeyroos in 1996 and 2000. Three consecutive Olympic games appearances. Mother of two.

Bruce Djite


A-League team Adelaide United soccer player and member of the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) Executive. Concurrently serving as an Ambassador for All Together Now, Bruce was named Australia League Young Footballer of the Year in 2008 and debuted in Australia's national soccer team in the same year.

Tyson Edwards


Adelaide Football Club Champion. 321 AFL games. Premiership player 1997 and 1998. All Australian. Father of three.

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