Unite in the fight against cancer

2015-11-04 09:47
FROM LEFT: Mathew Williams, Ryan Pillay, Keaton Pointer and Michael Horan were among the Maritzburg College pupils who took part in the 2014 Ball-duh-Dash run.

FROM LEFT: Mathew Williams, Ryan Pillay, Keaton Pointer and Michael Horan were among the Maritzburg College pupils who took part in the 2014 Ball-duh-Dash run. (Supplied)

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Pietermaritzburg - The Ball-duh-Dash run in support of awareness of testicular and prostate cancer takes place on Friday.

The Community Chest and Pink Drive have invited men and boys of all ages and sizes to join the fight against cancer and be part of their cancer awareness 4 km fun walk/run.

The event takes at Maritzburg College at 4.30 pm.

Entries can be made online at www.capitalrunning.co.za/upcoming-events/event-type/unlicenced/10-ballduhdash-2015 or at the Community Chest offices at 12 Stranack Street.

The cost of R100 includes the 2015 blue shorts to run in.

All funds raised will be donated to More Balls Than Most, an organisation dedicated to promoting awareness about the importance of early detection of prostate and testicular cancer. For more information, contact Sma Sokhela or Angie Narayanan at 033 394 1031.

— Witness Reporter.

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