The Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation Sports Auction
In memory of Celso Munoz
Afternoon Sport are proud to be supporting the Cooper Rice-Brading Foundation.
At age 17, Cooper Rice-Brading’s vision was to change the current trajectory for young sarcoma patients. The aim of CRBF is to fund clinical research to find a cure for sarcoma, while raising awareness of sarcoma in the greater community in an effort to promote early diagnosis, and to provide support for sarcoma patients and their families.
Through CRBF, Cooper’s legacy lives on, and he continues to impact lives through the steps he initiated throughout his gruelling treatment regime. CRBF not only contributes funds to high level clinical research dedicated to finding a cure for sarcoma, but also provides patient support, aiming to assist the patients and families living with this insidious disease. At the time of writing, CRBF has directed almost $1 million for sarcoma research and patient support in Australia since its inception in 2018.
2021 Signed NSW State of Origin Jersey Donated by NSWRL
Signed by every member of the 2021 SOO series winning team.
Signed Wallabies Jersey
Donated by Michael Hooper.
Cricket Bat signed by the Aussies from the 2019 Ashes tour in the UK
Tim Paine (c), Cameron Bancroft, Pat Cummins, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lion, James Pattinson, Peter Siddle, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, David Warner.
Golf Day with Benji Marshall
Enjoy a round of golf with Tigers and South Sydney legend.
*Sydney Metro area and subject to his availability
A Cricket Clinic with Test Cricket Star Nathan Lyon
Bid for a Cricket Clinic with Test Cricket Star Nathan Lyon! Learn all the Tricks of his Trade! The clinic is for 10 children (over the age of 12). Clinic is for an hour in the local cricket nets (Sydney Metro). Parent(s)/Guardian(s) to be in attendance.
*Date and Timings of Clinic to be confirmed in 2022 pending Nathan’s cricket schedules.
A drawing by Cooper Tarleton of Rabbitohs star Latrell Mitchell.
Read about Cooper below…
(Drawing is unframed, and can be professionally framed at an additional cost of $100)
Cooper Tarleton is a proud Wiradjuri man from Orange NSW .
In 2018 Cooper was diagnosed with osteosarcoma at age 18, three days after completing his HSC. He underwent chemotherapy and invasive surgery, and was bed bound during a great portion of that time.
He found himself resulting to artwork to get him through his treatment, and to provide an escape from his reality,
Cooper is the son of prominent First Nations artist, Kylie Tarleton, and is a portrait artist, who loves drawing inspiring figures. Art continues to help him express himself, while he undertakes an Exercise Physiology degree at UNSW.
Recently, Cooper completed a portrait of Rabbitohs star Latrell Mitchell, as be strongly believes First Nations sportsmen pave a way for young children by creating strong role models for dedication, motivation and hard work, allowing others to understand what it takes to be successful.
Cooper’s strong belief is, positive thinking and finding joy in each day will always make things better, even in the darkest of circumstances. Keeping hope and always holding on with courage will always give you something to look forward to.
“Hope is the only thing stronger than fear”!