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Donate to Mates 500 Relay to support Prostate Cancer research.
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Mates 500 Relay rely on sponsorship, public donations and fundraising activities to provided necessary funds for their beneficiaries Regional Men’s Health Initiative and the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.
Your tax deductible donation will contribute to vital research, education and further promote the importance of […]

Last Year’s Event

2011 was the inaugural Mates 500 Relay run to raise money in support of The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. With more than $57,000 raised from business, communities and individual donations, the event was a huge success. Here are some photos of the runners and the event.

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A Regional Health Initiative

Mates 500 Raised Over $28,000

PCFA are thrilled to acknowledge the Mates 500 Relay for raising over $28,000!
The relay event aimed to promote health awareness for regional men and was the brainchild of Paul Omodei.
“It started off as a way to build up fitness and inspire some of the best players from the league but now it has grown to […]

6 Mates Run 500km In Support Of Prostate Cancer

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Mates Canter Into Town

Six runners from the Manjimup district entered Boyup Brook as part of the Mate’s 500 Relay Team on Thursday, March 24.
Paul Omodei, Heath East, Anthony Stubberfield, Tim Lyster, Mat Johnston and Wayne Barnden (all prominent names in the Lower South-West Football League) entered Boyup having run 440 kilometres of their 500km journey.
They had started in […]

Manjimup Mates Run 500 For Men’s Health

Since retiring from AFL football, former West Coast Eagles player Glen Jakovitch’s life goal is to watch his kids grow up and follow their dreams.
He is inspired by his dad who didn’t get a chance to do that.
Glen Jakovitch’s father died from prostate cancer just a month before his son played his first ever league […]

Blokes Run 500 Km’s For A Cause

The footy season is set to begin.
You would hope most teams did their long pre-season running sessions before Christmas.
But at five am this morning, six south west WA footy coaches took on a 500 kilometre run from Nannup to Manjimup.
It’s called the Mates 500 Relay and it will last four days.
Their aim is to raise […]