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The annual Relay for Life takes place at the Sylvania Athletics track this weekend with the annual 24-hour fun-run fundraiser set to draw a large crowd despite the predicted wet conditions.

The Relay for Life gets underway at 9.00am on Saturday and runs through until Sunday morning, with the local community again certain to show their support for the popular annual charity event.

Cronulla Sharks players Jacob Gagan, Saulala Houma and Anthony Moraitis will be present to hand out prizes and to deliver supply packs to contestants between 10 and 11am on Saturday morning.

The Sharks have also donated a 2015 jersey signed by the NRL squad, in support of the Cancer Council.

The Sharks have a strong connection with Relay for Life, the official community partner for our recent clash with the Newcastle Knights.

In 2014, Relay for Life raised $570,000 for cancer research when over 7,000 participants and guests took part in the event.

Don’t be deterred by the wet weather, get out and support the Shire’s largest community based event. Be a part of the Relay for Life.

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