Brennan digs deep

BENDIGO sporting identity Jeff Brennan has begun a social media campaign to raise money and awareness for Ovarian Cancer Australia.

Brennan, the new South Bendigo football coach, is hoping to gain 5000 likes on his Facebook page.

If he achieves his goal he will run 100 kilometres from Echuca to Bendigo on March 14.

Brennan hopes the fundraising campaign would raise more than $20,000.

All money raised will be put towards Ovarian Cancer Australia, an organisation founded by people who have been directly affected by ovarian cancer.

The organisation aims to save lives and to support women who live with the disease.

This year, the high performance coach is stepping into the senior coaching position at South Bendigo after the role was vacated by Rick Coburn after seven years.

In 2013, Brennan coached the Maryborough Football Club and for the past five seasons has coached Bendigo’s inter-league team.

Brennan, who works in the health and fitness profession, is also running a campaign with his business Jeff Brennan High Performance Coaching.

He will donate 20 per cent of each new Hiper Fitness 101 membership to Ovarian Cancer Australia.

To like Brennan’s Facebook page or for more information about the fundraiser visit  

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