Four ways to help us beat ball cancer

Could you help The Men’s Network raise awareness of testicular cancer by running around for a bit with an odd shaped ball?

We’re looking for 8 teams of any ability to come and take part in a “Touch Your Balls” 7-a-side Touch Rugby Tournament on Saturday 29th October at Hove Rugby Club.

The event will help local testicular cancer survivor – Ryan Walshe – to support the voluntary work he does going into local schools giving talks to teenagers about this deadly but curable disease.

You can make a difference today by choosing one of four simple ways to help us beat male cancer today:

1. Take on the challenge of putting together a team for the tournament

2. Put your name forward to be part of team – and come and play with us

3. Forward this link to everyone you who would want to help out with this

4. Make a donation to Ryan’s campaign today……YOU CAN CLICK HERE TO MAKE A PAYPAL DONATION TODAY

It costs just £50 to enter a team of 7 players (and a few substitutes too!)

The events takes place at Hove Rugby Club between 10am and 1pm on Saturday 29th October an all standards of team are welcome from The Dog’s B***ocks to Complete and Utter B***ocks

To register today please email: or call Ryan Walshe on 07886 178069. The closing date for registering your team is Saturday October 22nd.

You can also click HERE now to find our more about Ryan’s Talking Testicles campaign that he has created from scratch in just a few weeks whilst taking part in The Men’s Network’s Community Leaders Program (click HERE to read about our training program for local volunteers).


Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at

Posted in NEWS, News From The Men's Network
2 comments on “Four ways to help us beat ball cancer
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