THINK PINK: Members of the Dunoon United second ivision team who will be playing in pink to raise money and awareness for breast cancer at Balzer Park, Dunoon on Saturday.
THINK PINK: Members of the Dunoon United second ivision team who will be playing in pink to raise money and awareness for breast cancer at Balzer Park, Dunoon on Saturday. Contributed

Dunoon club unites in pink

DUNOON United soccer club is participating in the Breast Cancer Awareness Network Australia Pink Sports Day this weekend.

It will raise money for families affected by breast cancer diagnosis with soccer matches at Balzer Park, Dunoon from 9am to 7pm on Saturday and 10am to 4.30pm on Sunday.

This is the sixth year Dunoon United have been involved in BCNA Pink Sports Day and the first year it will involve all games played at the club over the weekend.

The club will raise money over the weekend by accepting monetary donations, a raffle, a gold coin donation from players, cake stalls and a barbecue.

The men's second division team will play in pink uniforms at 3pm on Saturday with the profits from the purchase of the shirts being donated.

They will be there all weekend in their pink uniforms looking for donations and selling raffle tickets.

The club invites those familiar and unfamiliar with the area to come and support a great cause.

The canteen and Dunoon Sports Club will be open over the weekend for food and drink service.

The raffle will be drawn on Sunday at 2.20pm.

Sunday coincides with Mother's Day with a nice trip to Dunoon being a great family activity. The Dunoon Sports Club and restaurant will be open from noon-8pm Saturday and 9am-8pm Sunday.

There will also be live music at the Sport Club from 12.30pm on Sunday.



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