‘‘We enjoyed every bit of it.’’
game of football.
‘‘We thought, let’s do something that hasn’t been done in the country before,’’ Massey said.
As well as the ongoing match, there were other activities such as disco football, zorb football and foot darts.
More than 100 people came in to participate and help out, he said.
Star Turf raised just short of $2000 so contributed what was left to reach the number. They had initially hoped to raise $1000.
Star Turf has more than 200 kids under the age of 13 enrolled into programmes and over 50 league teams.
‘‘The people who come here are amazing. Everyone bought into the fact that it was a fundraiser.’’
Although the event was a success, there were no plans to hold another 24-hour game in the future.
‘‘We don’t like doing the same thing twice, we like doing things differently,’’ Wright said.
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Star Turf is located at 82 Duke St. (Front): Lee Massey, Samantha Massey and Duncan Wright with (back) Wendy Isaacs and dog Asher.