Michael Ennis called on teammates Chris Heighington and Michael Gordon to join him in the fight against cancer today with the official launch of Footy Colours Day for 2015.
Ennis sported the jersey of his son’s De La Salle Caringbah club, while Heighington and Gordon the colours of their junior club's the Umina Bunnies and South Tweed club, with the trio encouraging as many people as possible to wear their ‘Footy Colours’ to work or school tomorrow (Friday).
In fact they are calling on all Aussies to unite and wear your team colours, whether it’s the Sharks or your local junior club, with pride on Footy Colours Day.
Register now at www.footycoloursday.com.au and join the Footy Colours Day Team, unite and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with your fellow Aussies and support the fight against cancer this Footy season.
While the official Footy Colours Day is Friday, September 4, you can nominate any day you choose or add a footy theme to a current event in your 2015 calendar. Whatever day you choose, celebrate Footy Colours Day and make a donation to support young Aussies living with cancer.
Young children and teens need vital support to enable them to continue their education when they can’t attend school during long-term cancer treatment and recovery.
Join the conversation and follow the Footy Colours Day Team on Facebook @ Fight Cancer Foundation, Twitter @FightCancerFdn, and remember to share your happy snaps at #FootyColoursDay.
Contact the Footy Colours Day Team or visit footycoloursday.com.au for further information.
Join the Footy Colours Day Team Sharks fans, or all footy fans for that matter, and unite in the fight against cancer!
Mick Ennis is on board and invites you to join the fight. See his interview on Sharks TV.