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CADELL man Brian Bowey (right) rides with his brother Jeff in the Bupa Ride for a Reason Challenge tour. PHOTO: Supplied
CADELL man Brian Bowey
has raised more than $1700 for
Cancer Council SA in his third year
participating in the Bupa Ride for a
Reason Challenge Tour.
Mr Bowey rode 90km from Mount
Compass to Mount Barker with his
brother Jeffrey last month as part of the
Tour Down Under.
The 50-year-old said he enjoyed the
ride as much as the first two tours.
"It's really nice to be able to give
something back to people who have been
affected by cancer," he said.
"My brother and I rode a shorter
course this time compared to the whole
160km course because Jeff had an injury
close to the beginning of the race.
"Last year we did the same because I
had an injury a week before the ride and
Jeff supported me through that."
Mr Bowey said this year's race was
harder than previous years because the
route was reversed and hade more hills
at the end.
"In the three years I have participated
in the ride it has also rained twice," he
"This year we had a bit of mist
coming through the Hills."
Mr Bowey raised a total of $1745 for
cancer research through raffles and
In preparation for the ride Mr Bowey
trained six days a week.
He said he would continue to fun-
draise for the charity and would ride
again next year.
"Knowing that people close to me
are affected by cancer makes me keep
going," Mr Bowey said.
"As a Cancer Council SA ambassador
I want people to know that if they want
to help in any way they can contact the
For more information visit Mr Bow-
ey's facebook page www.facebook.com/
up in Bupa
SA Water is
for programs or
events to sponsor in
the next financial
Customer and com-
munity relations man-
ager Kerry Rowlands
said the sponsorships
were a way to promote
SA Water's work while
also giving back to the
South Australian com-
"We're looking for
programs or events that
complement our busi-
ness and our values
and have a focus on the
ability or water-related
issues," she said.
organisations are en-
couraged to apply and
both financial and in-
kind support can be
"This year, in addi-
tion to the standard 12-
we will also be consid-
ering arrangements of
up to three years, this
will allow successful
applicants to manage
and allocate sponsor-
ship benefits over an
extended time frame."
Sponsorships are as-
sessed against criteria
with SA Water's vision
and strategic plan,
clear relation to SA Wa-
ter's business, proven
reach to a significant
audience and tangible
benefits to the South
2015-16 close on March
31 and must be sub-
mitted using the form
available on the SA
after the company
sacked one employee
from its Morgan office
and moved some of its
staff to Berri.
was made on Febru-
For more informa-
tion about the sponsor-
ship visit www.sawater.
com.au or email spon-
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