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Western Suburbs District Cricket Club, Manly Warringah District Cricket Club and a host of Australian sporting legends will come together tonight to put on a spectacular T20 cricket event to raise awareness of brain cancer, in honour of Archie Gray.
On November 8, 2022, Archie Gray, a beloved member of Western Suburbs District Cricket Club, lost his courageous battle with brain cancer. This event aims to celebrate Archie’s love for cricket while also serving as a platform to raise awareness about brain cancer.
With former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee, Manly Sea Eagles legend Steve Menzies, former Wallabies captain Michael Hooper and many more celebrities locked in, it’s sure to be a special event.
Donate to the Archie Cricket Game Go Fund Me page HERE
All funds raised will be donated to the Mark Hughes Foundation.
The match will be broadcast live on Kayo Sports, with Jack Clifton and Andrew Menczel providing commentary.
View the match on Kayo Sports HERE
Each celebrity will get 10-12 balls to hit. Wests Leagues Club will donate $75 per 6 hit or crowd catch taken.