Triple M’s Hot Breakfast gives back

Staff Writer

Triple M’s Hot Breakfast with Eddie McGuire, Mick Molloy and Luke Darcy has given back to Victoria’s Tyabb community this morning with a huge OB and carnival supporting the Luke Batty Foundation and the Tyabb Junior Football Club.

The Hot Breakfast broadcast live from the club from 6am – 9am this morning with special guest Shane Warne bowling against Eddie, Mick and Darce and Triple M’s Billy Brownless being dunked in a dunking machine.

The Triple M event was to give back to the community following the tragic death of schoolboy Luke Batty earlier this year, and fulfil a promise made by the Hot Breakfast to his mother Rosie Batty to restore the club to being a place of joy. Rosie attended the fair this morning, and took time out to speak to the Hot Breakfast.

More than 500 people came along which was held at Tyabb Junior Football including guests like Elizabeth Cambage, boxing champ Sam Soliman, St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt and AFL star Joey Montagna. The St Kilda Football Club and the Melbourne Stars held clinics for the kids. Melbourne City Football Club and Melbourne Storm football club also came out to support the fair. 



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