MOV~ING MACKAY CRICKET CLUB
MOV~ing Mackay Cricket Club

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Target: $50,000
Amount raised last year: $69,213
Our Motivation

We, the members of MOV~ing Mackay Cricket Club hope with our Mo Space and that of our Captain Dr Sanjeev Bandi, to inspire & motivate Men worldwide to change millions more this Movember. We will start with a clean shaven face on the 1st of Nov 2019 as usual & try to emulate our feats from 2018 when we raised $ 91,731 to be the 3rd Highest Fund Raising Team in Australia and 15th worldwide with the support of the community. Since 2011 we have raised an amazing $ 468,498.66 as a Team of Mo Bros from Mackay in 8 campaigns($ 29301.85 in 2011, $ 39328 in 2012, $ 44920.15 in 2013, $ 53004.09 in 2014, $59,499.69 in 2015, $ 67023 in 2016, $ 83690.88 in 2017 and $ 91731 in 2018) with the unrelenting support of the generous community of Mackay and Whitsundays.

Team Moves

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As a Team dedicated to raising the profile of Men's Health within the community we pledge to try and cover the same kilometres as this year ie. 2017 by the end of our campaign......

 

Stop Men Dying Too Young

  
 
Movember is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

It only happens because of people like you.

 

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Previous year's posts
13 Week(s) Ago

My iconic Salt and Pepper Mo in the shape of. ‘W’ to symbolise the ‘W’ in Wuhan and the W’ in Whitsundays was adjudged the winner in the Salt and Pepper Category in the International Movember Awards published today

The Salt and Pepper One:
The upper lip that declares ‘I am wise’ to the world, we honour the grey, all-knowing Mo.

Winner: Sanjeev Bandi, Australia

https://au.movember.com/story/and-the-winners-are

14 Week(s) Ago

A HISTORIC DAY., we have raised more than $600k
2011 $ 29,301.85
2012 $ 39328.00
2013 $ 44,920.15
2014 $ 53,004.09
2015 $ 59,499.69
2016 $ 67,023.00
2017 $ 83,690.88
2018 $ 91,731.00
2019. $ 74,131.00
2020 $ 58,572.00 till 29.11.20
Total. $ 601,203.16 raised since 2011 as a Team and the first Team in AUSTRALIA with only 20 members to raise more than $600k with $ 45,895 being my Individual contribution in 2020 and $ 436,714 being my individual contribution for Movember overall these years since 2008

Previous year's donations
14 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
an anonymous supporter
$30
16 Week(s) Ago

It is FRIDAY THE 13TH NOV 2020 and my 13TH year as a Mo Bro and a proud COMMUNITY AMBASSADOR. As usual the unrelenting generosity and passion of the incredible communities of MACKAY and Whitsundays has shown through in 2020 and enabled me to be the FIRST to raise $ 40,175 individually to be the Highest Fund Raiser In AUSTRALIA In 2020 till date and 4th worldwide and help raise an incredible $f 430,994 for Movember since 2008 as an individual from MACKAY in regional Queensland.

17 Week(s) Ago

Thanks for donating!
Here is a picture of me at the top of Mt Blackwood- the 10klm walk I did this weekend to move for movember. I have completed 38klm of the promised 60klm so far as a mo sister, all I need now are some more amazing sponsors. Please give what you can, or join me and raise awareness:)

17 Week(s) Ago

H (2020): Haematuria

Note:

presence of haematuria (VH or NVH) should not be attributed to anti-coagulant or anti-platelet therapy and patients should be evaluated regardless of these medications (1).

Reference:

(1) Renal Association and British Association of Urological Surgeons (2008). Joint Consensus Statement on the Initial Assessment of Haematuria
(2) Rodgers M et al. Diagnostic tests and algorithms used in the investigation of haematuria: systematic reviews and economic evaluation; Health Technology Assessment 2006;10

17 Week(s) Ago

H (2020): Haematuria

Significant haematuria is defined as:

any single episode of VH
any single episode of symptomatic -NVH (in absence of UTI or other transient causes).
persistent asymptomatic -NVH (in absence of UTI or other transient causes). Persistence is defined as 2 out of 3 dipsticks positive for NVH

17 Week(s) Ago

H (2020): Haematuria

Haematuria is the presence of red blood cells in the urine. It can either be:

visible haematuria (VH) – also referred to as macroscopic haematuria or gross haemtauria
non visible haematuria (NVH) – also known as microscopic haematuria or ‘dipstick positive haematuria’

17 Week(s) Ago

G (2020): Genital Herpes - Is there any treatment for herpes?

Pain relief and ice packs can be used to sooth area. Drink lots of water and if you have difficulty passing urine you should contact a health service.

The herpes virus has a bad reputation! Whilst it is a nuisance and cannot be cured, it can be controlled. The good news: you won’t die from it and it does not cause cancer.

Good information and knowledge is the first step to avoiding or controlling the virus. Please ask us for more information.

17 Week(s) Ago

G (2020): Genital Herpes - Is there any treatment for herpes?

For people having a first episode of herpes or who have frequent or more severe recurrent outbreaks there are antiviral tablets called acyclovir (Zovirax), Valaciclovir (Valtrex), and famciclovir (Famvir). They can be taken for five days or longer if necessary. The will improve healing and reduce the risk of complications. All three drugs are well tolerated and safe but they do not “cure” herpes. For more information speak to a doctor or nurse.

17 Week(s) Ago

G (2020): Genital Herpes - How can the chances of transmitting HSV infection to a sexual partner be minimised?
Always using condoms reduces the risk of contracting HSV from people who have viral shedding even when they do not have symptoms. However, if you are in a long-term stable relationship then using condoms is something to be discussed.

Condoms should always be used with new or casual partners this also provides protection from other sexually transmissible infections.

18 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Bridget Mather
$50
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Donation from:
Edward Diggs
$50
66 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
an anonymous supporter
$100
68 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
John Palmer
$100

Well done again team

68 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Mandy Cripps
$50

Brendon, a thriver not just a survivor

118 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Phyt Nutrition
$100

Well done on consistently raising so much money to change the face of men's health.

119 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
John Palmer
$100

Great work team especially Capt Sanjeev.

119 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Steven Pel
$50

Keep up the good work dude

121 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
JACOBSMEDICAL
$50

Best wishes

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