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Sea Eagles to wear pink shorts for charity

Five Manly players will be wearing special pink compression shorts in the aid of charity at Lottoland on Thursday night.

Bodyscience, the Compression Partner of the Sea Eagles, have donated the limited edition pink compressions for Joel Thompson, Moses Suli, Reuben Garrick, Jorge Taufua, and Corey Waddell to wear underneath their playing shorts in the match against the Wests Tigers as part of Women in League round.

Following the match, each of the players will sign their worn compression shorts which will then be auctioned off to help raise funds for nominated charity, Pink Hope.

A Northern Beaches charity, Pink Hope focuses on the prevention of breast and ovarian cancer. It is a preventative health hub for women to access tools to assess, manage and reduce their risk of breast and ovarian cancer, while providing personalised support for at risk women.

Learn more here about Pink Hope.

Following the natch, the Sea Eagles will provide details on how supporters can made bids on the player worn and signed limited edition pink compression shorts.

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