STAR: Former AFL player Russell Roberston attempts a screamer for Burnie in a TSL match against Launceston. Robertson will line up for the Scottsdale Crows with Brodie Holland for their pink sports day in the NEFU on Saturday.
Former AFL players Russell Robertson and Brodie Holland will line-up for the Scottsdale Crows against Winnaleah in their home NEFU clash on Saturday on a big “Pink Sports” day for the club.
The marquee players will conduct a junior footy clinic at noon and will stay on for a sports night function from 7.30pm, with a $20 entry fee and a lucky door prize voucher of a Tamar River cruise for two.
An auction will held for memorabilia items including a 2016 full-team signed Melbourne jumper, Jesse Hogan boots, a Josh Gibson-signed football and a Hawks jumper signed by Sam Mitchell.
A gold coin donation at gate entry will put patrons into a draw for a prize of two nights accommodation at White Sands, Scamander, valued at $500, which will be drawn at three-quarter time.
A chocolate wheel will be held during the day with prizesalong with a silent auction and pink tins will be taken around the ground for donations for the cancer foundation.
“Two cancer survivors involved with our club inPat Westlake and life member Toni Harris will toss the coin at the start of the reserves and senior games,”Crows president DarrenBreen said.
“We hope to get some people in and raise some money for cancer and obviously for the footy club.”
The best player will receive the Shane Makinen Medal.
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