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Sydney Convicts' naked fundraiser for Bingham Cup
May12

Sydney Convicts' naked fundraiser for Bingham Cup

LAST UPDATED // Wednesday, 21 May 2014 12:57 Written by // Ron Hughes

Hold on to your jock-straps! The Sydney Convicts will be going the Full Monty to raise funds for this year's Bingham Cup.

That's right, Rugger Bugger - the Sydney institution that has been showcasing the hottest rugby players for 10 years - is back at the Midnight Shift with 'Initiation'.

The Convicts are promising a line-up of sexy new recruits sure to bring the house down in their raunchy Full Monty strip show.

The shenanigans will be hosted by Decoda Secret with a hot show from Josie Baker while DJs Adam Love, Mason Andrews and Magnus will keep the music pumping all night long.

“Rugger Bugger has been a key fundraiser for the Convicts for more than a decade; performing in the show is a rite of passage for our new guys and this year is no different," Sydney Convicts events director Joe Barnes said.

GALLERY: Check out Rugger Bugger from 2013. Photos: Hamid Mousa

“We have a very sexy crop of initiates in 2014 and they are champing at the bit to take it all off on stage with the fabulous Decoda Secret."

Barnes said the Convicts we grateful for the "amazing support" they received from the community.

"Rugger Bugger is a great chance for everyone who wants to help the Convicts to have a fantastic night and generate much needed funding for the defence of the Bingham Cup and the fight against homophobia in sport,” he said.

Tickets are $30 from a Convicts player, over the bar at Midnight Shift or online at I Wanna Ticket, or $35 on the door on the night.

Rugger Bugger "Initiation", Saturday May 31, 10pm-late, Midnight Shift, 85-91 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.

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Ron Hughes is the editor of SA's only LGBTI magazine, blaze.

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