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This year’s Men of League Foundation trek along the Kokoda Trail is about to begin later this week, with participants having all trained hard in the lead-up to the event.

Rugby league fans are joining former Origin players such as PJ Marsh, Dallas Johnson and Steve Bell on the trek.

For those of you who missed out this year – there is some good news.

The Men of League currently have a raffle running where the major prize will see you win the chance to take part in next year’s trek for free!

The Kokoda Trek Raffle Prize is valued at $5500 and includes:

·         Return international flights from Brisbane

·         All meal on track and hotel accommodation

·         Dedicated training program

·         Travel insurance

·         Australia historical, guide and wilderness medic

·         Trek fees, camp fees and camping gear

·         Local group porter team and guides

Tickets cost $20 each or three for $50.

The prize will be drawn on Remembrance Day this year (November 11).

To buy tickets online – head to Men of League Kokoda Raffle

If you want to get involved and support Men of League – but don’t feel able to do the trek yourself – there is another way to contribute.

You can also make a donation by sponsoring the players walking for the foundation.

Donate to the former players (PJ Marsh, Dallas Johnson, Steve Menzies, Steve Bell, Josh Perry, Jamie Goddard, Andrew Ryan and Kevin Campion) via the Men of League site here.

Find out more at the Men of League website.

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Kokoda Track with Men of League