Clint Ekert and Anthony Burke step into high heels for Cessnock Relay For Life fundraising challenge

UPDATE, October 9, 12pm: The 2019 Cessnock Relay For Life has been postponed to Sunday, November 10 due to this weekend's poor weather forecast.

CHALLENGE: Anthony Burke and Clint Ekert will walk one lap of Baddeley Park in heels for $100 that is donated to their Cessnock Relay For Life fundraising page by 4pm Saturday.

CHALLENGE: Anthony Burke and Clint Ekert will walk one lap of Baddeley Park in heels for $100 that is donated to their Cessnock Relay For Life fundraising page by 4pm Saturday.

Clint Ekert and Anthony Burke are never afraid of a challenge - especially when it comes to raising money for charity.

Head shaves, leg waxes, sky diving - between them, they've done it all.

The best mates will step out of their comfort zones once again next month at the Cessnock Relay For Life, when they take to the track wearing high-heeled shoes.

Local drag queen Timberlina nominated Clint for the challenge at a recent trivia night fundraiser for the Relay.

Clint, the Cancer Council's community relations coordinator, couldn't help but rope in Anthony, the Relay MC.

The boys will walk one lap in heels for every $100 that is donated to their team, High Heel Challenge, by 4pm on the day.

Funds raised at Relay For Life go to the Cancer Council's research, prevention, information and support services.

The Cessnock Relay For Life will be held at Baddeley Park from 10am to 8.30pm Sunday, November 10. Register your team at cancercouncil.org.au/cessnockrelay.

Check out the video of Clint and Anthony's leg wax at the 2018 Relay here.

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