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The Robert Rose Cup

Welcome Footy Fans

For five years Slater and Gordon has been a proud sponsor of the Robert Rose Cup. This year’s match will be played in Round 1, Friday 24th March, 2017 at the MCG.

The Robert Rose Cup match is played each season between the Western Bulldogs and the Collingwood Football Club to celebrate the contributions and achievements of people with disability and to promote increased participation rates in sporting activities and the opportunity for all Australians to reach their full potential.

Robert Rose cup

Your Opportunity to Win

Slater and Gordon will be giving fans at this year’s Robert Rose Cup the opportunity to win a prize in our handball competition.

To learn a little more about the skills of Wheelchair AFL, unlike in other handball competitions, participants will be handballing from a seated position in a wheelchair.

Visit our marquee between Gates 2 and 3 to enter

How to enter

  • Look for the Slater and Gordon marquee on the MCG concourse between Gate 2 and 3 before the Collingwood vs Western Bulldogs Round 1 match
  • Take your turn to try and hit each of the targets from the wheelchair provided
  • If you successfully hit one or more of the targets you will win the corresponding prize of the highest points you achieved:
    • 30 points = double movie pass
    • 20 points = $20 iTunes voucher
    • 10 points = water bottle

*Terms and conditions apply

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About Slater and Gordon

Advocacy for people with disability has been at the heart of what we at Slater and Gordon have done for over 80 years. 

Slater and Gordon was founded on the belief that everyone should have access to quality legal advice. We are proud of our involvement in the Robert Rose Cup, promoting the inclusion of people of all abilities; encouraging increased participation rates and watching demonstrations of people of all abilities getting involved in their favourite sports.

Wheel Chair Footy

Learn more about Wheelchair Aussie Rules

Wheelchair Aussie Rules has been developed to enable all AFL enthusiasts an opportunity to play the game they love. Based on AFL rules and played on a basketball or netball court, the sport is open to anyone to play, making AFL everyone’s game.

Want to Know More?

More information about Wheelchair Aussie Rules

The Robert Rose Foundation

The Robert Rose Foundation was created in 1999, soon after the death of Robert Rose, a brilliant AFL player, who sustained quadriplegia as a young man of 22 years. The funds raised by the Foundation go towards providing support to those with spinal cord injuries and their families.