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Australian Cricketers support

the Foundation

 

The Foundation is very appreciative of the magnificent support of the Australian Cricket Board, Women's Cricket NSW and the Australian 'Southern Stars' team.

A gold coin collection at the gate of the second Ashes Test held at Bankstown Oval was donated to the Foundation's research.

Australian women's captain Belinda Clark, a former New South Wales team-mate of Trish said the Australian team was pleased to lend its support to the cause.

"Trish Langsford was a talented cricketer for New South Wales and she also captained the Australian under-23 side against New Zealand in 1993-94," said Clark. "With her skill and determination, she could well have gone on to play for Australia at senior level, but unfortunately she was struck down with the degenerative disease."

"The Foundation does tremendous work in continuing the fight to find a cure for MS and the team is proud to support the Foundation during the Test match," said Clark.

Australia retained the Ashes after winning the first Test in Brisbane and, with Australia in a commanding position, the second Test ended in a draw.

The sizeable amount of $1,032.25 was raised which was significant considering the inclement weather which was encountered.

Sincere gratitude to the Australian Cricket Board, Women's Cricket NSW and the Australian team for their ongoing immense support.

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