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Champions for Childhood Cancer Celebrity Cricket Match

Champions for CC T20

Friday 23 Feb, 2018

'Champions for Childhood Cancer' Celebrity Cricket Match brought to you by Rachel Lawrie Ray White North Adelaide. #champs4cca

A fun filled evening for the whole family, raising much required funds to help children with cancer and their families.

Entry is $5pp or $25 per family with all funds raised going towards the Childhood Cancer Association.

The cricket match has some of South Australia's sporting greats putting up their hand to play, support and help with fundraising. The game will be played under a Twenty/20 format and umpired by SACA umpires.

Free kids activities, food, drink, music, professional commentary, fun for the whole family.

Team 1 - Sugar Financial Services

Andrew Jarman (Captain)
Darren Jarman
Travis Dodd
Greg Blewett
Tony Modra
Pete Cook
James Allan
Ben Hook
Wayne Weidemann
Lauren Ebsary
Louise Bawden
Matt Penny (12th Man and Team Sponsor)

Team 2 - Craig Arthur PTY LTD

Domenic Cassisi (Captain)
Mark Harrity
Craig Watts
Tom Brice
Angus Roeger
Greg Quinn
Gavin Wanganeen
Simon Tregenza
Cameron Borgas
Brett Ebert
Selena Bushell
Tim Nielsen
Jesse Arthur (12th Man and Team Sponsor)

Pre-event Corporate Function
Book quickly for the function being held from 3.30pm (just prior to the game) with keynote speaker Tim Nielsen, former Australian Cricket Coach. This will be a great opportunity to network and interact with all the celebrities playing in the match and a great fundraising event for the Childhood Cancer Association.
View the invitation. Bookings via email [email protected] or call 0428 882 864.

When: Friday, 23 February 2018 | Gates open at 4pm | Game starts at 5.30pm.

Where: Woodville Oval, Oval Ave, Woodville.

Entry: $5pp or $25 per family.

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Watch Thomas’s Story

Watch this 5 minute film where Chris Hartley talks through his family’s journey after his son’s diagnosis of a brain tumour and the support he received from the Childhood Cancer Association.

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