WBBL and Dolly’s Dream stand up to bullying
The Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) and Dolly’s Dream are partnering to raise funds and awareness about the serious issue of bullying and its devastating effects.
During WBBL Finals, all of cricket’s ticket revenue from the semifinals and final will go towards helping Dolly’s Dream create positive change in the community to prevent bullying.
The partnership is supported by Australian Cricket’s three Dolly’s Dream ambassadors: Meg Lanning, Elyse Villani and Rachael Haynes.
Let’s all stand up against bullying by buying a ticket to the WBBL Finals.
Dolly’s Dream Advisory Board Member and Alannah & Madeline Foundation CEO, Lesley Podesta
In a League first, WBBL finals will be standalone fixtures, guaranteeing the top ranked team will win the right to host at their home stadium, in front of a home crowd. Both Semi Finals will take place on Saturday 19 January at the one location, with the Final to be played the following weekend on Australia Day, Saturday 26 January. All finals will be broadcast live on Fox Cricket, Network Seven and ABC Radio.
Fans can buy tickets to the WBBL Finals from 14 January 2019 at: www.bigbash.com.au/WBBL
Amy “Dolly” Everett was the victim of bullying and ended her young life at just 14 years of age. Dolly’s Dream was established by her parents, Kate and Tick who have decided to partner with the Alannah & Madeline Foundation (one of Australia’s best known and trusted children’s charities) to ensure that Dolly’s Dream will help prevent other children being affected by bullying.
For more information, download the media release.
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