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Cameron Smith

“Ovarian cancer touches countless women, their families and friends, across Australia every year. It’s something that has personally affected myself and my family, which is why I am so passionate about supporting this great organisation.

“The team at Ovarian Cancer Australia work tirelessly to educate women about the symptoms of this terrible disease, support all of those affected by it, and ultimately, raise funds in an effort to reduce the risk for women moving forward.
Join me in supporting Ovarian Cancer Australia — together we can each make a small difference in a large, collective fight against ovarian cancer.”

Cameron Smith is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who currently captains the Australian national team, the Queensland State of Origin team, as well as his National Rugby League club, the Melbourne Storm. A goal-kicking hooker, he has played his whole NRL career to date with the Storm with whom he won the 2006 Dally M Medal and the 2007, 2009 and 2012 NRL Grand Finals. In 2007 Smith was awarded the Golden Boot Award as the world’s best international player and he captained Australia to  victory in the 2013 World Cup.