Ballarat's Melbourne fans having night out at greyhounds

D-DAY: Ballarat Greyhound Racing Club president Alf King and Ballarat Demons Supporters' Group vice-president Neil Brown with King Size Shambi. Picture: Kate Healy
D-DAY: Ballarat Greyhound Racing Club president Alf King and Ballarat Demons Supporters' Group vice-president Neil Brown with King Size Shambi. Picture: Kate Healy

Melbourne supporters in Ballarat are off to the greyhounds.

Ballarat Demons Supporters’ Group is having a fundraising night at Morshead Park on Wednesday.

Players Cameron Pedersen and Declan Keilty will be attending.

Pedersen has been with the Demons since 2013, adding to two AFL games to his career tally this season.

Keilty is a mature age rookie in his first year at the club.

They will be joined by past players Rod Grinter (1985-1995, 134 games), Andrew Leoncelli (1996-2003,146 games) and Guy Rigoni (1998-2005, 107 games), as well as Russell Robertson (1997-2009, 228 games), who will be master of ceremonies.

Ballarat Greyhound Racing Club has programmed its usual 12-race program, featuring the Jim Stynes Memorial Mixed 4/5, 390m; Melbourne Football Club Past Players' Association, 545m; and Ballarat Demons Supporters' Group Grade 5, 390mn.

Anyone wanting to attend: Ballarat Demons Supporters' Group vice-president Neil Brown 0418 593393