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sarah3Sarah Coyte will set aside cricket bat and ball this Saturday for a good cause.

The Campbelltown Camden Ghosts star and some of her teammates will instead be greeting guests, serving and cooking at McDonald’s Woodbine restaurant as part of McHappy Day.

Sarah will be joined by the Ghosts NSW representative Hannah Trethewy and some of the Ghosts Brewer Shield players to help McDonalds in raising money for Ronald McDonald House. Born in Camden, the 23 year old Sarah Coyte has played three Tests for Australia, 25 ODIs and 34 Twenty20s.

This year McDonalds are aiming to raise $3 million, to help put a smile on the faces of seriously ill children and their families across Australia by supporting RMHC programs including Ronald McDonald Houses, the Ronald McDonald Learning Program, Ronald McDonald Family Rooms and Ronald McDonald Family Retreats.

Since 1981, Australia’s 14 Ronald McDonald Houses have provided more than 100,000 families with a home-away-from-home while their child has undergone treatment for serious illness at a nearby hospital.

But sadly the demand on RMHC’s program continues to grow so hopefully the Ghosts player’s support assists McDonalds in reaching their fundraising target to help even more families.

Sarah – who is the sister of first grade players Adam and Scott Coyte – and the girls will be in attendance from 11.30am to 1.00pm helping the Ghosts sponsor raise their much needed funds.

 

 

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