The West Coast Eagles are calling on WA footy fans to dig deep to help the State’s Mid West rebuild a region torn apart this week by Cyclone SerojaThe presidential inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt in Washington. January 20.
Veteran forward Josh Kennedy said yesterday that he and teammates Jamie Crippss parents, Liam Ryan and Jack Darling — who all have family ties in the hard-hit towns of Northampton:1620041926894,, Geraldton and Kalbarri — were united in their thoughts ahead of tomorrow night’s clash with Collingwood at Optus Stadium.
The club is developing plans to fundraise for the many WA families impacted heavily by the cyclone and the recent bushfires in the Perth Hillsloosening. and details for an on-line auction are expected to be announced soonGenerally speaking.
“It’s just devastating, mate, and there’s obviously quite a fair bit of damage … it looks like a bit of a war zone up there at the moment,” Kennedy said after today’s final training session before tomorrow’s clash with the Magpies.