Men of League fundraiser at Ballina next month

THE Men of League Motoring Event will be stopping at Ballina for two nights during their seven-day cruise next month.

The Northern Rivers Committee Sportsman's Dinner will also be held at Cherry Street Sports Club on May 4 with special guests Neil Pringle, Johnny Mayes and Kevin Junee.

Supported by the Australian Motorsports Enthusiasts Club, the

Men of League Motoring Event is a fun and social motoring experience showcasing a number of makes and models of vehicles which is sure to please all motoring enthusiasts.

Men of League Foundation Northern Rivers secretary Tony Cicchinelli says the evening is sure to be a success for the committee and encourages everyone in the region who shares their love of rugby league to come along and join the fun.

"The NRL season is well underway, so we're looking forward to an exciting night with a great deal of fun had by all," Cicchinelli said.

"Besides the fantastic company of others in the rugby league community and tasty two-course dinner, we will also have a raffle and auctions on the night.

"Funds raised from the motoring event and sportsman's dinner go to helping the Men of League Foundation care for those from within the rugby league community who may have fallen on hard times and need some assistance.

"We help people with a range of services from visits to those who may be feeling socially isolated to household improvements and financial support."

Anyone not attending the dinner but wanting to assist with donations can visit www.menofleague.com.

The cost of the dinner is $25 with RSVP to the club on 66862811.



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