Team effort to end scourge of violence

Mildura East Cricket Club captain-coach Adam Thomson, Mildura Lawn Tennis Club president Ali McMeekin, Merbein South Cricket Club president Matthew O’Connor and Mallee Sports Assembly project officer Tanya Wild are supporting the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-BAsed Violence campaign. Picture: Louise Donges

Mildura East Cricket Club captain-coach Adam Thomson, Mildura Lawn Tennis Club president Ali McMeekin, Merbein South Cricket Club president Matthew O’Connor and Mallee Sports Assembly project officer Tanya Wild are supporting the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-BAsed Violence campaign. Picture: Louise Donges

SEVEN Sunraysia sporting clubs and associations will forgo their usual team colours for hues of orange as part of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence.

The international campaign starts today on International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and concludes on International Human Rights Day on December 10. 

The seven Sunraysia sporting clubs will wear orange during matches and games across the 16 days, a colour which symbolises a future free from violence. 

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