Returning for its fourth year, the Adelaide Reclink Community Cup will be held at Norwood's Coopers Stadium on August 12. And we can promise you, the Anchors are ITCHING for a win!
For the last four years Adelaide has been part of the Reclink Community Cup Australian Football Rules series. Across Australia in Melbourne, Brisbane, Hobart, Adelaide, Sydney, Fremantle and Canberra, an AFL rules game is played in each city with the two opposing teams comprising of media and musicians.
In Adelaide, the media come in the form of the Anchors, whilst the musicians comprise of the Rockatoos. Some how, despite their undeniable talent, the Anchors are yet to take out a win with the Rockatoos having managed a three-peat... but this year the Anchors may have a few secrets up their sleeve to take the win (the secrets being team RADL).
Before the game, the annual pie night will be held at the Wheatsheaf on August 8 - join the Anchors and Rockatoos as they battle it out in the most uncontested and unrehearsed debate of the year, less about fighting for who knows the least about football and more about raising much needed funds for charity.
Then on August 11 at the Grace Emily the teams will be getting rowdy as The Grenadiers, Saucy Paws, Oscar The Wild and Bec Stevens put on a hype show (or maybe it's just a cheeky way to see how well the players handle a hangover?)
Either way, join us at the pre-game events to help raise vital funds for Reclink Australia, meet the teams, and of course sink some beers before the big match on August 12 at Coopers Stadium.
WHAT: Reclink Community Cup
WHERE: Coopers Stadium at Norwood
WHEN: Sunday, August 12
WHO: You'll want to cheer on the anchors, of course...
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