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Meet our dedicated ambassadors who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of kids living with cancer.
A lover of rugby since she was a junior playing in her hometown of Bega, Kezie now plays for both the Australian Jillaroos and newly formed St Illawarra Dragons women’s team. Kezie was named the Dally M Women’s Player of the Year in 2016.
Adam Treloar is known as “Treloarsome” for a reason. The Collingwood star, who began his AFL career playing for Greater Western Sydney, has gone from strength to strength since making his debut. Adam was awarded the 2018 Anzac Medal and played in the 2018 AFL grand final, missing out on the flag by the smallest of margins.
Seven-year-old Jett is one of the Parramatta Eels biggest fans along with his family. Jett is currently undergoing treatment and receiving support from our education programs to keep him up to speed with school.
Making his rugby league debut in 2014 with the Wests Tigers, Mitchell made the switch to the Parramatta Eels in 2017. With more than 100 NRL matches under his belt, Mitchell is proving to be a star for the club.
Previously a four-time premiership player and Peter Crimmins Medallist for Hawthorn, Jordan made the move to the Melbourne Football Club at the end of 2016. Jordan was integral in leading the Demons through a 12-year September finals drought in 2018.
Avid Carlton supporter Maddy is as strong as she is sweet. Maddy went through Fight Cancer Foundation’s education support program and is currently completing year five alongside her school mates.
One of the A-league’s best full-backs, Scott made his return to Australian soil and joined the Melbourne City FC at the beginning of the 2017/18 season. Recently named captain of the team, Scott is hoping to be the first Melbourne City captain to lift the title.
Nine-year-old Swai is a devoted supporter of the St George Illawarra Dragons. Full of character this Footy Colours Day champion received support from our education program during her cancer treatment and recovery.
Ask Dzan to pick his favourite sport team and he will give you a list 20 long. This Footy Colours Day champion is a true lover of sport and is happily back in school thanks to our education program.
Initially a local junior of Wests Tigers, Luke became the starting halfback for the club in 2014. In 2015, Luke was named the 2014 Dally M Rookie of the Year and is the youngest player to have played an NRL All Stars match.
Our youngest and most energetic Footy Colours Day champion, Chase’s favourite sport is soccer. At just four years old Chase was diagnosed with Wilms tumour and underwent cancer treatment and recovery at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead in Sydney.
Eliza was signed by Collingwood Football Club as a cross-code rookie in 2018. Before AFL, Eliza represented Australia in junior netball, played indoor volleyball professionally in Europe and won an under-age world championship medal in beach volleyball.
Georgia was drafted in 2018 by the Geelong Football Club and made her AFLW debut in round two of the 2019 season. A tall defender, Georgia was named in the All-Australian Under-18 squad and the 2018 TAC Cup Team of the Year.
The Sydney Swans veteran and former captain has had a distinguished career. Recently playing his 250th AFL match Kieren has also received a best and fairest award, an All-Australian selection and a premiership win in 2012.
Originally from Queensland and a rugby sevens player at national level, Erica made the switch to play AFL with Collingwood in 2018. Alongside her AFLW career Erica is also a paramedic.
Kate spent the early years of her football career at Carlton Football Club having been drafted by the club in 2016. Kate made the change to Geelong Football Club in May 2018.
Maya supports both the Richmond Tigers and Liverpool Football Club. Following her cancer diagnosis and recovery, Maya is now back in school continuing her education with her peers.
A former Australian oz-tag representative, Maddie has received great success since picking up AFL three years ago. Initially selected as a Melbourne Demons Rookie, Maddie was drafted by Collingwood late 2018.
Luca was the sole face of Footy Colours Day 2017/18. Luca was diagnosed with an aggressive type of bone cancer at the age of six and was involved in our education support program.
To learn more about Luca’s story click here.