The show will go on.
The Goulburn Swans' annual Ovarian Cancer Awareness Round was originally scheduled for Saturday, July 24, but due to the Googong Hogs withdrawing, the match will not go ahead.
However, that doesn't mean the occasion is lost.
So far, over $1400 has been raised for ovarian cancer out of the club's goal of $2500, but more funds will be raised on the day.
Five mini games will take part at Goodhew Park from 1pm, including a team lead out by captain Andrew Clark, the son of Patricia Clark.
Patricia Clark passed away due to ovarian cancer in 2018.
If she wasn't in the classroom teaching hundreds of kids different skills or at home raising her beautiful children, she was there supporting the Swans.
It will cost a $5 donation to enter each event and the best thing is that anyone can come along and play.
There will also be a sausage sizzle and drinks to raise money towards ovarian cancer at 2pm.
Earlier in the week, Andrew spoke about the incredible support he had received from the club.
"The ongoing support from the club is incredibly touching," Andrew said.
"It's as touching now as it was three years ago when we did the first game.
"Without my knowledge, it was the club that put the first game together.
Just that in itself speaks volumes about how the whole club and community got around us and helped us through the toughest time of our lives."
Each day in Australia, four women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer and three will die from the disease. This is over a thousand women every year.
With a five-year survival rate of 46 per cent and recurrence of 75 per cent, ovarian cancer is a disease that needs more public awareness,
The Swans' fundraising page for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Round can be found here.
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