We’re so excited to share that Sydney Flames have teamed up with fellow Hoops Capital club, the Sydney Kings, in support of families experiencing breast cancer. Join us on Sunday, January 14 as Qudos Bank Arena turns PINK for a double-header.
Earlier this year, The Sydney Flames’ inaugural Pink Game, raised more than $20,000, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for this January!
The club’s first-ever Pink Game was an idea led by former Flames point guard, Tiana Mangakahia, who recently retired from the sport after being re-diagnosed with breast cancer.
“To hear the club is planning an even bigger event next season, alongside the Kings, is incredible and I honestly hope it helps bring more awareness to this disease. I also hope my journey gives those going through it hope that there can be a light at the end of their tunnel – which is why initiatives like this are vitally important,” shared Tiana.
McGrath Foundation ambassador and director Tracy Bevan shared how thrilled she is to be involved in another Pink Game, sharing, “It’s the McGrath Foundation’s goal to fund 250 McGrath Breast Care Nurses by 2025, as we work towards our mission of ensuring that no one misses out on care. Events like this are truly helping us to make a difference and move towards that goal; we couldn’t do it without you.”
Follow the link to grab your tickets today!