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Each day this year, 55 Australians will be told they have breast cancer – that’s over 20,000 people in 2020. It is expected that 170 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year and many more are affected through diagnosis of a partner, mother or friend. Being told you have breast cancer changes lives in an instant and has a ripple effect through families, workplaces, sporting clubs and the community.

Hosting a PLAY4BCNA Pink Sports Day is a great way to show support and involve everyone, either on the field or on the sidelines! These fundraisers are also a really rewarding way for your organisation to acknowledge the important role women play in grassroots sport. Here, we share examples of some wonderful community Pink Sports Days to help inspire the planning for your event.

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Pink Lady AFL Match

Melbourne Football Club Partnership

Since 2005, Melbourne Football Club and Breast Cancer Network Australia have partnered to host five periodical Field of Women events and an annual Pink Lady AFL Match to highlight the support, connection and voice provided by BCNA for all Australians affected by breast cancer.

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Although it has been a year of setbacks and challenges for many, the persistence shown by the Melbourne Vixens’ netballers and support staff saw them defy the obstacles of the COVID-19 pandemic to make it a year to remember.

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AFL Gold Coast Suns star Hugh Greenwood will be supporting BCNA again this year as an ambassador for Pink Sports Day.

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After a season of cancelled team sport, BCNA is excited to announce that 2021 registrations for Pink Sports Days are now open.

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BCNA is proud to partner with Brisbane AFL players and brothers Jarrod and Tom Berry in their role as Pink Sports Day ambassadors.

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