Playing for a mate

Jereme Lewer, James Bramley, Michael Laird, Sam Ransome, Michael Cass and Evan Pitt will don a purple armband in honour of their late friend Brad Manna when Cardross and Werrimull will hold their second annual Purple Game for the Brad Manna Perpetual Trophy.Picture: Angus Dearlove

Jereme Lewer, James Bramley, Michael Laird, Sam Ransome, Michael Cass and Evan Pitt will don a purple armband in honour of their late friend Brad Manna when Cardross and Werrimull will hold their second annual Purple Game for the Brad Manna Perpetual Trophy.Picture: Angus Dearlove

CARDROSS and Werrimull will go purple today for their Millewa Football League clash at Cardross in honour of a fallen mate.

The two Millewa Football League sides will play in the second annual Purple Game for the Brad Manna Perpetual Trophy after former Cardross captain Manna lost his battle with brain cancer in July last year.

The Cardross clubrooms and grounds will be decked out in purple, with all funds raised going towards the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.

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