RIP Kato Ottio

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Canberra Raiders help Kato Ottio's dream house come true

Kato Ottio joined the Canberra Raiders with just one goal - to build a house for his mother. His dream has now been realised and his memory will live on through the new Ottio family home, tinged in Raider's lime green.

Read more: https://www.canberratimes.com.au/sport/ ... 50qek.html
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Very proud of our club and our boys rest in peace dearest kato. You will never be forgotten

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Kumuls coach Michael Marum urges players to invest in a home



Former Kumul Kato Ottio has left behind a legacy for rugby league players in Papua New Guinea to follow. His dream of building a house for his mother came to fruition a year after his passing.

The four-bedroom house was built through assistance of funds from NRL-based club Canberra Raiders. The interior view of the house was fully painted in Canberra Raiders colors including a signed jersey by the players and also photo frames of his playing career.

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Good work by all involved. :)

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Well done to Raiders for the support to Kato's Mum, family and friends

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Two years today since the passing of Kato.
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RIP Champ!!
"Learn to appreciate what you have, before time makes you appreciate what you had"!! RAIDERSTILLIDIE!!

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RIP big fella, your Mum must be so proud of you

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Was just watching a PNG test the other day with him in it. He was a great player, a hard runner of the ball. Cant believe he passed away so young.

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