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Docklands relayers walk for a cause

30 Sep 2015

Docklands relayers walk for a cause Image

Docklanders helped to raise more than $62,000 at the Docklands Relay for Life last month.

Held at Etihad Stadium on September 14, the third annual Relay for Life saw 23 teams take to the boundary of the oval to raise funds for the Cancer Council.

The aim of the relay is to have a team member on the track for the entire eight-hour event.

More than 200 people took part in the relay and participants also took part in a “carers and survivors lap” and a candlelight ceremony.

Companies and businesses from across Docklands were represented at the event, with teams from the ATO, Australian Customs and Border Protection Services, ABS and Simone Perele taking to the track.

One team, of family and friends from Newport, called Inshalla, managed to raise more than $17,000 on its own.

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