The Waratahs and Australian Women’s Sevens squad have paid tribute to teenager Amy “Dolly” Everett, donning blue at training this week.

Dolly, who was the face of the Akubra Christmas campaign eight years ago, tragically took her own life on January 3, aged just 14.

Her suicide has sparked nationwide calls for more action on cyber bullying, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull pledging to take “every step” to combat it.

The Waratahs wear blue every day but as Dolly was farewelled at a funeral service in Katherine, they did it for Dolly.

“We remember her legacy and we also want to raise awareness that bullying is not okay and needs to be stamped out of society,” Waratahs outside back Alex Newsome said.

Waratahs flyhalf Mack Mason, who was a boarding school student himself at both Downlands College and Churchie, echoed Newsome’s comments.

“I know that boarding communities really get around each other and even if you have a voice in there somewhere, speak, even if it is shaking,” Mason said.

“I’d just like to send our condolences, my personal condolences, Alex Newsome’s condolences and the Waratahs’ condolences to the family and friends of Dolly.

“Today we wear blue for Dolly.”

The Australian Women’s Sevens squad also sported splashes of blue, with Charlotte Caslick taking to Instagram to share her own personal tribute.

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