2014 Brownlow Medallist Matt Priddis is proud to get behind such a great cause in support of one of his great mates, Chris Perkin. Chris has been a really important part of the West Coast Eagles for such a long time and his loss of his family members really touched all of us at the club, Priddis said. For us to be part of the campaign and support Red Nose is really important to all that will be there on the day.
The Sunshine Beach Run is a morning of fun for the whole family while raising much needed funds and awareness for Red Nose, something Eagles sharp shooter Mark LeCras can vouch for after taking part in the run with his daughter Molly. I took my little daughter down there into the fun zone that they have down there, I think they’re going to have the obstacle course again this year, LeCras said. I think I’ll try and get down there and do it again.
Renae has grown up with the love of sport. In recent times, Renae has competed in IFBB , placing 1st runner up in the over 170cm category, and has turned her hand to professional boxing. As a qualified massage therapist and remedial therapist, she is passionate about helping others reach their full physical performance potential. Renae may be equally well know as Miss Universe Australia runner up (2010) and contestant on Channel 7s Amazing Race Australia.
“I’m so happy to be taking part in the Sunshine Beach Run 2017 to help raise funds for a great cause and to promote activing living in the community.”