R U OK Cup

The St Kilda Sharks Women’s Football Club will host its inaugural R U OK DAY this Sunday, July 10, at the Peanut Farm Reserve, St Kilda. 

'R U OK day at the Farm' is a new initiative for the club this season. Women’s football is a growing force and the Sharks will use their profile and our great game to promote the amazing cause that is R U OK Day. 

Like the rest of society, players and families are not immune to mental illness and the Sharks family has been affected by some of its consequences. 

The club has launched a 'Go Fund Me' page to raise money for special uniforms with the gold colouring of the R U OK organisation to be worn on the day as a mark of respect for lost family members. https://www.gofundme.com/b3ytvsm4 

All additional money raised on the page and on the day will be given to the R U OK fundraising campaign to further promote this great cause. 

Make sure you ask your friends, your family and even those you don't know... R U OK? A conversation could change a life! 

R U OK website: https://www.ruok.org.au/ 

The Sharks Division 2 side will start proceedings with a match against Mordialloc at 10 am. At 12 pm the first of two games between the Sharks and the Eastern Devils will be played, followed by the Swisse VFL Women's match for the R U OK Cup at 2 pm live video streamed HERE


Peanut Farm Reserve, Blessington Street St Kilda.

10 am: Sharks v Mordialloc (Division 2)
12 pm: Sharks v Eastern Devils (Premier Division)
2 pm: Sharks v Eastern Devils - R U OK Cup (VFL Women's)


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