PFandN Logo 2012

We’re participating in Pink Footy & Netball Day 2012 to celebrate and pay tribute to the women in our community who are personally affected by breast cancer, and to help raise money for Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA).
 Monies raised through Pink Footy & Netball Day will go directly to BCNA, the peak national organisation for Australians personally affected by breast cancer. BCNA works to ensure that women diagnosed with breast cancer receive the very best treatment, care and support possible, right across Australia.


DAREBIN WOMEN’S SPORTS CLUB goes pink for breast cancer


Darebin Women’s Sports Club will sport pink this Mothers Day weekend (12-13 May) as players compete in the fourth annual Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) Pink Footy & Netball Day.


BCNA’s Pink Footy & Netball Day runs from 12 – 13 May 2012 and is a chance for footy and netball clubs across Australia to show their support for, and pay tribute to, women and families from their local communities who have been affected by breast cancer.


Money raised over the pink weekend will go directly to BCNA to support its work in ensuring women diagnosed with breast cancer anywhere in Australia are provided with the very best information, services and support possible.


The Darebin Women’s Sports Club urge locals to get behind the club this Pink Footy & Netball Day.


Pink Footy & Netball Day is great opportunity for the whole community to put on a show of strength and support for women and families affected by breast cancer,”

“We hope that everyone will come down, wear some pink, get involved and cheer on the teams.”


Pink Footy & Netball Day 2012


Join Darebin Women’s Sports Club this Mothers Day weekend from 12-13 May, as we ‘sport pink’ to raise funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia.


Date: 13th May

Time: 12pm

Location: Melbourne University Main Oval

Fundraising Activities:


For more information about our club’s contribution to Pink Footy & Netball Day 2012, please contact: Rebecca Hickmott [email protected]