Big W Distribution Centre inventory manager Shane Kerr and shift manager Molly Seibel with some of the prizes for the charity golf day on Saturday.
Big W Distribution Centre inventory manager Shane Kerr and shift manager Molly Seibel with some of the prizes for the charity golf day on Saturday. Gerard Walsh

Fishing prize lure for charity golfers

A DEEP sea fishing charter for two from Raby Bay will be one of the prizes on offer in the Big W Charity Golf Day tomorrow.

The day has already attracted 120 players and more are welcome to book spots on the time sheet for the four-ball ambrose.

Big W Distribution Centre inventory manager Shane Kerr said the staff at the centre had raised $5500 annually for the past four years from their charity day.

"We hope to raise the same amount again on Saturday," Kerr said.

Money raised will go to the Royal Children's Hospital in Brisbane through the Working Wonders Foundation.

Big W is set to field between four and six teams of four. Operations manager Scott Grady, Molly Seibel, Barry Hockings and Neil Moore are four of the staff from Big W playing tomorrow.

The major prize to the overall winners will be $75 Woolworths vouchers for each member of the winning team.

There will be an auction at 6pm in conjunction with the presentations.

A signed Titans jersey, a game ball signed by Super Rugby captains from the Reds and Brumbies and a DVD box set of 100 games of State of Origin will be some of the auction items.

Players and supporters will have the chance to buy $5 mystery envelopes to win prizes worth up to $250.

Every mystery envelope buyer will receive a prize, all donated by suppliers of Big W.

Bids on auction items welcome by phone to Janine Newley on 0426 236 578.

More players welcome with times available from 7.50am by calling 4661 3664.



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