Brisbane’s 6th game is set!

Sadly this game will not be happening in 2016 but we will be back!


Get ready to be smashed out of the park Brisbane!

The next big Play for a Cure Yellow Socks Charity Softball Challenge between legends and current stars of the NRMA Brisbane Broncos and the Play for a Cure Softball All Stars will be held on Saturday 3rd December at the Downey Park Softball Complex, Green Terrace, Windsor.

The Broncos line-up includes legends Darren Lockyer, Petero Civenocevia, Gorden Tallis and Michael DeVere.Locky and Stacey

The ‘Play for a Cure’ SoftballAll Stars include current Australian Captain & Olympian Stacey Porter, current ‘Aussie Spirit’ player Chelsea Forkin and Olympians Mel Roche and Haylea Petrie.

The teams will wear yellow socks representing the daffodil flower used internationally as the flower and colour of HOPE for a cure to cancer.

This will be a family fun day with two great curtain raiser games commencing at 9am to add to the carnival atmosphere.  These games will involve representative women and men from the Australian Defence Forces competing against representative Brisbane women’s and men’s teams.  This is a great opportunity to also support our Defence Forces personnel and for everyone to pitch in to help find a cure to cancer.

Everyone is welcome to attend this one-of-a-kind charity event.  Admission is free but a gold coin donation on entry would be appreciated.

Fans will also get the unique opportunity to win a spot playing on either team by getting online and auctioning for a position in this wonderful event.

To win a place on a team go to and click on the bid tab.  The auction will close on Wednesday 30th November at 5pm.  The successful bidders will be contacted by email when payment options will be discussed.

In addition to all the action of the games, there will be a monster raffle with six great prizes including an autographed Broncos Retro jersey, Nike boots autographed by Gorden Tallis, Steve Renouf and Sam Thaiday presented in a glass box and two kicking tees one signed by Johnathon Thurston and Corey Parker.  Plenty of food, BBQ and drinks will also be available.

All funds raised will go to support cancer research programs supported through the Play for a Cure Foundation and to junior softball development through the Brisbane Softball Association.

Tax deductable donations can also be made directly by visiting


What: Play for a Cure Yellow Socks Charity Softball Challenge’

Where: Downey ParkSoftball Complex, Green Terrace, Windsor

When: Saturday 3rd December 2016

Special curtain raiser games:

·       9am –  Australian Defence Forces Women v Brisbane Representative Women

·       10:30am – Australian Defence Forces Men v Brisbane Representative Men

·       12:30pm – Main Yellow Socks CharityGame

FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact:

Graham McColm – 0400 897 898

The inspiration for the event comes from the sad passing in late 2009 of Jannita Dunn, elder sister of Rugby League great Gorden Tallis, and also Deb McColm, the wife of former long time Broncos kicking coach Graham McColm.   Both ladies had strong ties to the Brisbane Broncos and Brisbane Softball Association and for Graham and Gorden, it was only fitting to create an event in remembrance of them and to broaden the focus on others impacted by cancer.


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