Watson to donate money to charity during World Cup

"Hopefully it'll be a good campaign for myself to help donate a significant amount of money to the foundation"

“Hopefully it’ll be a good campaign for myself to help donate a significant amount of money to the foundation”

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Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has revealed that he will be donating money to the Motor-Neurone Disease Foundation during the World Cup.

Watson has confirmed that he will donate $200 for every four he hits, $300 for every six and $300 for every wicket he takes.

“Hopefully it’ll be a good campaign for myself to help donate a significant amount of money to the foundation,” Watson said. “It’s something that’s been burning inside of me that I want to help try and raise money and hope that people are able to join me with matching me or just donating some very valuable money as, well but also raising awareness for this very cruel disease as well so people can really start to understand how horrific MND is to the people who are unfortunately diagnosed.”

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