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A record 600 Pink Sports Days to be played this weekend for Breast Cancer Network Australia

Breast Cancer Network Australia < 1 mins read
A record 600 Pink Sports days will be held around the country this weekend all playing for Breast Cancer Network Australia.(BCNA)
Local clubs across sporting codes from footy to basketball and even pony clubs will be dressing in pink socks, beanies, jumpers and scarves to raise money in support of Australians affected by breast cancer.
CEO of BCNA Kirsten Pilatti says May is a month of fun and purpose. " Everyone knows someone who has been touched by breast cancer and local communities  know how to rally around their own. A Pink Sports Day is good for the hood, whether it is playing for someone undergoing treatment, or in memory of someone who has died, it is their efforts that help BCNA advocate for better outcomes for everyone with a cancer diagnosis." 
To find out more or register to PLAY FOR BCNA go to

Key Facts:

* A list of local events to attend for overlay and interviews can be provided on request

* CEO BCNA Kirsten Pilatti is available for phone interview  

About us:

Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is Australia’s leading breast cancer consumer organisation. BCNA provides information and support to those diagnosed and their supporters, opportunities to connect with others going through a similar situation and work to influence a stronger healthcare system to ensure all Australians affected by breast cancer receive the very best care, treatment, and support.   

Contact details:

Kellie Curtain M: 0412339690


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