Illawarra Stingrays to score a goal for Ovarian Cancer Foundation


The clubs fundraising efforts will commence this coming Sunday when The Stingrays host Inter Lions FC at J.J.Kelly Park.

To add further flavor to what looms as an exciting match the two teams will be competing for the GPT Women’s Health Trophy.

The Stingrays first grade will be playing in PINK SHIRTS as a sign of respect to those who have passed with the dreaded disease cancer.

Both clubs have chipped in $250 to the cause and The Stingrays are hoping to raise $3000 for the Foundation during the month of fundraising.

All patrons on Sunday will be asked for a gold coin donation on entrance to the ground and there will be a raffle held to add further fundraising impetus to the day.

The Stingrays will also be celebrating the 100th games for their club of two Illawarra stalwarts in Sarah Gollop and Hannah Minogue.

So this Sunday be at J.J.Kelly Park to enjoy the battle between two of the most talented teams in the Arrive Alive Women?s Premier League whilst also helping to support the Ovarian Cancer Foundation.