Community Cup Ends In Draw

25 June 2012 | 1:50 pm | Scott Fitzsimons

The charity football game ends in a draw for second time in its history.

The annual Reclink Community Cup has ended in a draw for the second time in its history. Held yesterday at Elsternwick Park between musician team The Rockdogs and Triple R/PBS team Megahertz, organisers estimate that $70,000 was raised on the day.

The final score was Megahertz 4.11.35 and The Rockdogs 5.5.35.

An estimated 9,000 came through the gates for the Australian Rules game, which raised money for Reclink Australia, who provide sport and arts programs to the disadvantaged.

Liam 'Banjo' O'Shannessy from The Rockdogs and Kate Boston Smith from Megahertz shared the best on ground award.

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The day, which attracted a number of families, featured performances by Drunk Mums, Bunny Monroe, Boomgates and Blue Ruin.

Watch fan-filmed footage of Boomgates, featuring members of Eddy Current Suppression Ring, Twerps, Dick Diver and more: