Fundraising football tournament raises more than $40,000

The third Marc Arcuri Cup was held at Club Marconi at the weekend. The fundraising football tournament aims to install defibrillators at every suburban ground after Marc Arcuri, 15, passed away while playing for Austral in 2014.

Men's Champions: South West Wogs. Picture: Marcel Abboud

Men's Champions: South West Wogs. Picture: Marcel Abboud

Community event: This year's tournament has so far raised more than $40,000 with more donations to come. Pictures: Anna Warr

Community event: This year's tournament has so far raised more than $40,000 with more donations to come. Pictures: Anna Warr

The 2016 tournament had more than 50 teams in three divisions: All-Age Men, All-Age Women and Junior Boys (12-15).

The 2016 tournament had more than 50 teams in three divisions: All-Age Men, All-Age Women and Junior Boys (12-15).

Junior Boy's Champions: SD Raiders. Picture: Kurt Tsagaris

Junior Boy's Champions: SD Raiders. Picture: Kurt Tsagaris

See a gallery from the event online: fairfieldchampion.com.au

See a gallery from the event online: fairfieldchampion.com.au

Women's Champions: More Chile. Picture: Kurt Tsagaris

Women's Champions: More Chile. Picture: Kurt Tsagaris

Robby Mansour, co-founder of the Marc Arcuri Foundation, said it was great to see everyone get behind a wonderful cause.

Robby Mansour, co-founder of the Marc Arcuri Foundation, said it was great to see everyone get behind a wonderful cause.

In the first two years of the tournament, The Marc Arcuri Foundation has raised enough funds to purchase 24 defibrillators.

In the first two years of the tournament, The Marc Arcuri Foundation has raised enough funds to purchase 24 defibrillators.

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