WaiBOP women’s game to help promote sight charity

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Sunday’s match between WaiBOP and the Northern Lights will promote a football-supported charity that helps to fight Macular Degeneration, a condition that threatens the sight of one in seven New Zealanders over 50.

NZ Football and WaiBOP Football will raise awareness of Macular Degeneration New Zealand as part of the activities at the match to be played on Sunday November 29 (2pm) at Cambridge FC’s John Kerkhof Park.

Special guests at the ISPS Handa Women’s Premiership match will be former All Whites coach Allan Jones and his wife, Viv, who has macular degeneration.

The Jones’ are ambassadors for MDNZ and actively promote awareness of the condition through their football connections.

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