Movember is back and the Glory boys are well and truly on board!
Since its inception in Melbourne back in 2003, the foundation has raised over $800 million for men’s health projects and become one of the best-known not-for-profit organisations in the world.
More than five million ‘Mo Bros’ and ‘Mo Sistas’ have participated in the last 14 years and Liam Reddy is proud that he and a host of his Glory team-mates are set to be involved in the latest campaign.
“It’s a great cause that has really developed over the years,” he said, “and it’s also a good bit of fun seeing the kind of mo’s that the lads end up growing.
“Hopefully some of our members and fans will get involved as well via Facebook and Twitter and we can raise some money and awareness of the issues involved at the same time.”
Andy Keogh, Shane Lowry, Joseph Mills, Alex Grant, Jake Brimmer, Nick Feely, Jeremy Walker, Chris Harold, Marc Warren, Joe Knowles, Brandon Wilson and club physio Chris Hutchinson have all joined Reddy in signing up, with some more confident about their mo prospects than others.
Wilson is planning to go ‘full Mexican’, Warren has played down speculation that he intends to dye his mo blonde to match his new hair colour and Knowles is privately concerned that his effort will be ‘patchy at best’.
Come the end of the month, we’ll run a competition in which you can vote for the winner of the inaugural ‘Merv Hughes&David Boon Mo Award’ and snag a Glory shirt signed by the mo master in question as a prize!
In the meantime, we’d love to hear your mo thoughts and predictions on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
And for more information on this fantastic cause, please click here: http://mvmbr.co/2z1xc3T