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Dragons supporting Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation in Round 10

One dollar will be donated to the Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation for every ticket sold to the Dragons' Round 10 triple-header against the Rabbitohs at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.

On Saturday, May 11, the three-game slate kicks off with the club's Knock-On Effect NSW Cup side taking on the Rabbitohs at 12:40pm before the Jersey Flegg Cup squad take the field at 3:00pm followed by the NRL clash at 5:30pm.

Sporting Chance was established in 1996 by former Australian Test Captain and Dragons tragic Mark Taylor, St George Dragons legend Reg Gasnier, Olympian Raelene Boyle and Brownlow Medalist Bob Skilton.

Other patrons for Sporting Chance include former-Dragon Mark Coyne and Fox Sports reporter and Dragons fan Lara Pitt among others.

“The Dragons and St George District Rugby League are proud to partner with the Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation for the next three years to raise awareness and funds supporting nurses and outreach programs,” said Dragons CEO Ryan Webb.

“Through a match day association, we aim to encourage all Red V members and fans to turn out in droves not only to support the team against South Sydney on Saturday, May 11 at Jubilee but also to support Sporting Chance.”

The foundation supports mobile home care units that assist in making life easier for children with cancer as well as outreach programs for kids with cancer from regional areas.

Sporting Chance funds four nurses in NSW - three at Westmead and one at Randwick - as well as other nurses across Australia with each nurse requiring between $100,000 and $125,000 per annum to cover wages and on-costs such as travel expenses.

Without the support of Sporting Chance, these programs would cease to exist.

Support Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation by purchasing tickets here to Dragons vs. Rabbitohs Triple-Header on Saturday, May 11.

Check out Sporting Chance’s website to find out more about them and how you can support.

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