The Braves have teamed up with Cahonas to create a charity nude calendar, raising money for the charity’s vital work raising awareness for testicular cancer
The players, alongside staff including chairman Chis Ewing, stripped down and out of their comfort zones for the charity calendar, baring all for such an important message.
Ewing said: “We’re really proud to support such a good cause. It only takes a minute to check yourself and we encourage all men to do so. The guys were really up for supporting such a great charity and getting out of their comfort zone.”
Cahones Founder and CEO, Richie Marshall also spoke of his pride in the collaboration, saying:
“When Chris and the Caledonian Braves first reached out about the prospect of doing a charity calendar, we couldn’t help but applaud the lads for having a bit of fun whilst helping to continue to raise awareness of our life saving message.”
Cahonas are a Scottish testicular cancer awareness charity. The charity are dedicated to educating the public of the benefits of self-checking, allowing men to detect the signs of cancer early for more effective treatment.
The opportunity for the Braves to work with Cahonas was also influenced by the recent news of Ewing’s cousin, Pollok player Dylan Dykes’ testicular cancer diagnosis. We at Braves wish Dylan a full and speedy recovery.
The club would also like to thank Studio Play, the designers of the Braves’ kits, for kindly designing the calendar free of charge. With special thanks also to Odoom Brothers for their work on the photographs used.
The calendar can be purchased by clicking here and is available in printed or digital format.