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Rabbitohs players John Sutton and Jason Clark helped to raise over $45,000 when they took part in the 24 Hour Run to help support Suicide Prevention Australia, with Clark even taking his shirt off to raise more money.


The event held at Maroubra Sports Club on the 7th and 8th of June, saw a number of current and former NRL stars take to the treadmill to raise the vital funds that will go towards prevention of suicide and self-harm.


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