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In Cooper's Honour

December 14, 2017 4:48 PM

Cooper Rice-Brading passed away from bone cancer in August.

Cooper Rice-Brading passed away from bone cancer in August.

On August 24, 2017, Cooper RIce-Brading passed away at the age of 18 after a protracted and courageous battle with osteosarcoma (bone cancer), a cancer which predominantly affect adolescents and young adults.

Cooper was an avid sportsman, a member of the QBE Academy and a passionate supporter and great friend of the Sydney Swans.

Cooper's vision from early in his diagnosis was to facilitate a cure for sarcoma through his foundation.

The Foundation is delighted to offer the chance to win a Boxing Day Test experience to the public, valued at over $3500, with proceeds going directly to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) through the Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation.

This includes one night's accommodation for two, a $500 Virgin Australia travel voucher, access to the Cricket Club Lounge and the chance to walk the MCG boundary prior to the toss.

The raffle combines Cooper's profound love of cricket with his strong desire to raise critical funds for sarcoma research.

Head to www.rafflelink.com.au/crbf2017 to enter and support the wonderful work of the #CRBF.