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Get out and get active in Docklands

30 Aug 2011

By Bethany Williams

Want to ditch the suit and play some soccer? Next month’s Docklands Sports Cup is the perfect opportunity.

Melbourne City Sports (MCS)will hold the event, which involves a corporate soccer match, at Shed 4 on Friday, October 14.

The event will run from 3pm to 6pm and will be followed by post-match celebrations.

“The Docklands Sports Cup is something new, something different and something that companies that can’t participate in our weekly sport programs can do as a one-off initiative,” MCS marketing and events co-ordinator Sandra Vernuccio said.

MCS is looking for 20 corporate teams to take part in the Docklands Sports Cup. Each team must consist of at least five people and it will cost $400 per team to register.

This is the first time the competition has been held and MCS is hoping to make it an annual event. Future events will potentially include a wider range of sports, according to demand and venue availability.

“The main initiative behind hosting the Docklands Sports Cup is to create a sense of involvement and activity in Docklands and draw people to the area,” Ms Vernuccio said.

Corporate teams can register to take part in the Docklands Sports Cup by visiting http://www.melbournecitysports.ymca.org.au

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