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Mickans 24hr Ride for Parkinson’s

Mark Mickan is a footy legend, not only on the field but off the field; having played over 134 games in the SANFL league, 37 games in AFL and 48 games for the Bears (VFL).  In 1998 he was appointed non-playing coach of Woodville West Torrens, where he spent 2 years; assisting the side to sixth and third place finishes. South Australian born Mark Mickan is a well-known football name in households state wide, being inducted into the South Australian Hall of Fame in 2002.

Mark is now battling his own health issues; being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Thanks to Parkinson’s SA, all clubs who Mark Mickan has had an impact on over his extensive football career are participating in Mark Mickan’s 24 hour ride for Parkinson’s.

Parkinson’s SA provides support to those suffering from the disease and their families we thank you for supporting this initiative.  Your support will make a difference.

We welcome anyone that wants to come down to Adelaide Oval to cheer the teams on and encourage our riders to keep going! 

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