Scarred for Life is a memorial hockey match, held in honour of MRHC players Stuart ‘Scar’ Campbell, Ken Howes and Wes Batiste. It is the central event for our clubs growing emphasis on mental health and our drive to create a safe, inclusive and supportive environment for all members. As a club we want to look beyond just wins and losses, to focus on the positive impact we can have on the lives of our players, families, supporters and the broader community.
The day will also serve as the official start of the MRHC season, with player registration, fundraising and the opportunity for past and current players to catch up.
The first match was held in February 2017, and was a great success featuring past and present players. The money raised was used for a Mental Health Awareness workshop run in Margaret River.
This year the “Scarred Life” game will be played on Sunday 14 March, please save the date. This will be a social get together played on Margaret River grass. We look forward to seeing you either on the field or supporting us on the sidelines!
If you’re interested in helping to organise and run ‘Scarred for Life’, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact Dan Stocker on 0439 043 943 . There will be a couple of short meetings prior to the day, to allocate roles and responsibilities, and we’ll need help to run activities over the course of the day.
If you’re passionate about the MRHC community, we’d love to hear from you.