In addition to watching the UC Capitals take on the Adelaide Lightning in Thursday night’s last home game of the regular season, fans will also be treated to the fourth annual ActewAGL celebrity game.
Paul Walshe, ActewAGL’s Director of Marketing and Corporate Affairs announced today that the game will be raising money for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA).
For every two-point shot made, ActewAGL will give $200 to CPA while they will donate $300 for every successful three-pointer.
Walshe also revealed the lineup for the ActewAGL Allstars:
The Allstars competitors, the Media Megastars will announce their team in the coming days.
By Aaron Palazzo
Photo credit: Vanessa Lam