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MEDIA ALERT – Melbourne and Hawthorn at the MCG to kick of Round 23 and Field of Women 2023

Breast Cancer Network Australia < 1 mins read

Media is welcome to attend the official launch of Field of Women that will take place at Round 23 

 

WHEN : Monday 14th August - starting at 10 am sharp-  

WHERE: MCG  - please enter Gate 2 

WHO:

Melbourne Football Club - President Kate Roffey 

Breast Cancer Network Australia- Board Chair Kathryn Fagg, CEO Kirsten Pilatti

Pink Lady Match Ambassador - Jess Armstrong - 

Players attending : Melbourne’s Angus Brayshaw and Sinead Goldrick will join Hawthorn’s Karl Amon and Sophie Locke,


Key Facts:

Additional phone interviews with 

Pink Lady Match Ambassador Jess Armstrong and BCNA CEO, Kirsten Pilatti are available.

Melbourne Football Club will be recording the Media Launch please contact Caitlin Nobes -MFC for the link caitlin.nobes@melbournefc.com.au

 

 


Contact details:

Kellie Curtain : 0412339690

kcurtain@bcna.org.au

 

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