A number of Rabbitohs players, led by John Sutton, Jason Clark and Luke Burgess, will be taking part in a 24 Hour Run to help support Suicide Prevention Australia.


On the 7th and 8th of June, participants will be taking the opportunity to test themselves by taking on the huge task of continually running on a treadmill for 24 hours to raise vital funds for Suicide Prevention Australia.


The event will be held at Maroubra Sports Club and kick off on Friday 7 June at 6pm with the treadmills turning over right on the dot.


Get down and run/walk with the team or get your company involved.


There will be 24 hours of entertainment including raffles, auctions, lawn bowls challenge, celebrity cook offs, and culminating with a huge Saturday night kicking off at 6pm with a special performance by Oz Music artist of the year for 2012 Kid Mac.


There will be three treadmills running for the 24 hours including treadmills featuring NRL, AFL, A-League and Super Rugby players.


Those who have already committed to taking part in the run include:


John Sutton, Luke Burgess, Jason Clark and members of the South Sydney Rabbitohs

Reni Maitua (Parramatta Eels)

Brad Fittler (NRL legend & star of The Footy Show)

Shannon Ponton (The Biggest Loser)

Will McCloy (Fox Sports)

Keith Galloway (West Tigers)

Demi Harmon (Home and Away and Celebrity Splash)

Koby Abberton (big wave surfer and Celebrity Splash)

Anthony Minichello (Sydney Roosters)

Colin Fassnidge (star of My Kitchen Rules)

Renee Gartner (Fox Sports)

Ryan Whippet Clark and others from the hit series Bondi Rescue

Braith Anasta (Wests Tigers and Fox Sports)

Mark Matthews (Big wave surfer and star of The Crew on fuel tv)

Kid Mac (Oz music artist of the year and star of The Crew on fuel tv)

Richie Vas Vasculik (UFC fighter and star of The Crew on fuel tv)

Candice Falzon (Champion Iron Woman)

Bryan Fletcher (NRL legend and star of The Footy Show)

Plus many local identities and other NRL players from The Wests Tigers and The Sydney Roosters.


We are encouraging everyone to get along and enjoy the 24 hours of effort.


If you can spare one hour, two hours or several hours to get down and challenge the boys or cheer them on, please do so.


There are several sponsorship packages as well. If you are able to financially help or donate prizes then please feel free to contact Aaron More or Ben Higgs.


All funds and monies raised will go to Suicide Prevention Australia.


To find out more about the vital work they do please go to www.suicidepreventionaust.org.