Some Huge Names Turned Out To The Daniher Family’s Home Town For A Charity Footy Match

Great day in Ungarie

Some Huge Names Turned Out To The Daniher Family’s Home Town For A Charity Footy Match Image: Triple M Riverina

The small town of Ungarie saw a big game of footy on the weekend, with a huge crowd gathering to raise money for the fight against motor neurone disease.

All four of the Daniher brothers were there — Terry, Neale, Chris and Anthony — while legends like Brownlow Medallist Paul Kelly and Triple M’s own Billy Brownless and James Brayshaw were there.

Billy and JB checked in on Saturday morning’s Dead Set Legends on the way up:



 

A giant Sherrin was officially unveiled at Bing Walder Park ahead of the match between the Danihers Team and the All Stars.

Current Deputy PM Michael McCormack coached the All Stars and gave them a decent spray at half time:

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The day helped to rase over $23,000 for Fight MND.

The Danihers have raised millions for the disease since Neale's diagnosis in 2013.

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