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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Carrie Bickmore leads the way at the Celebrity 20 Twenty cricket fundraiser alongside Kris Smith and Sam Wood

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Keeping their eyes on the ball: Carrie Bickmore leads the way at the Celebrity 20 Twenty cricket fundraiser and bowls over Kris Smith and Sam Wood
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It's an event to raise awareness of domestic violence within Australia.
And on Sunday Carrie Bickmore led the celebrity line-up at the 20 Twenty Cricket Fundraiser in Melbourne.
While raising funds for the Luke Batty Foundation, the television host was joined by fellow media personality Sam Wood and model Kris Smith on the field.



Good deed: Carrie Bickmore led the celebrity line-up at the 20 Twenty Cricket match in Melbourne on Sunday to raise funds for the Luke Batty Foundation
The 35-year-old mother showed off a large smile as she dressed in a red cricket jersey that featured the number two on the back.


She paired the sporting item with dark grey tracksuit pants which featured a red pin-stripe down the side, along with a pair of sneakers.
Carrie tied her blonde locks back into a low ponytail as she attempted to keep sun safe underneath a baseball-styled cap and sunglasses.



Supporting mothers: During the event she also took a moment to talk to Luke Batty's mother and event organiser Rosemary

Carrie Bickmore's embarrassing slip when talking about cricket


Keeping their eyes on the ball: Carrie Bickmore leads the way at the Celebrity 20 Twenty cricket fundraiser and bowls over Kris Smith and Sam Woodhttp://easymese.blogspot.com/2016/02/carrie-bickmore-leads-way-at-celebrity.htmlIt's an event to raise awareness of domestic violence within Australia.And on Sunday Carrie Bickmore led the celebrity line-up at the 20 Twenty Cricket Fundraiser in Melbourne.While raising funds for the Luke Batty Foundation, the television host was joined by fellow media personality Sam Wood and model Kris Smith on the field.

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During her time at the event she posed for images alongside her The Project co-host Peter Helliar, former AFL player Adam Goodes and Luke's mother Rosemary.
Alongside one of her many images on social media she wrote: 'About to take to the field for @celebrity20twenty in memory of Luke and all the other families devastated by domestic violence.'
Myer Ambassador Kris Smith also made an appearance at the event as he rocked a matching outfit to Carrie.
The 37-year-old showed off his recently shaven head as he posed for photos before hitting the pitch for a day out in the sun.



Spin bowler: The personal trainer opted for black knee-length shorts instead of long pants as he tried his chance at bowling the opposing team out
But while the pair represented team red at the fundraiser former Bachelor Sam went against them, rocking the yellow jersey.
The personal trainer went against the crowd and opted for black knee-length shorts instead of long pants as he tried his chance at bowling the opposing team out.
He, too, covered his short brunette locks with a cap as he showed off his unshaven facial hair.
My Kitchen Rules' Ash Pollard also attended the event to raise awareness as well as singer and actor Johnny Ruffo and The Biggest Loser's Michelle Bridges and Steve 'Commando' Willis.




She's got aim: The reality TV star, who was a member of the yellow team, took on the role as batswoman
The celebrity 20 Twenty fundraiser, which is based in Melbourne, raises funds for the Luke Batty Foundation, which was set by Rosemary in 2014 to raise funds for 'women and children affected by the trauma of family violence'.
The organisation was set up months after Luke died after he was stabbed and beaten by his father following an evening at cricket practice.
The horrific attack unfolded at around 6.30pm in an outer suburb of Melbourne on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.



Gathering together: The celebrity 20 Twenty fundraiser raises funds for the Luke Batty Foundation, which supports 'women and children affected by the trauma of family violence'
Local police arrived on the scene at 6.40pm, when four officers confronted the man and tried unsuccessfully to subdue him with capsicum spray.
At the time witnesses told the Herald Sun the father turned on them with the knife, forcing one of the officers to shoot him in the chest.
Paramedics tried to save the boy, but he died at the scene from severe head injuries.
An emergency services helicopter took Greg Anderson to the Alfred hospital, where he died at around 1.30am the following day.



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