October 23 2017 - 3:32PM Silver Lining Ride for ovarian cancer travels through Victor Harbor, Murray Bridge CommunityfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Silver Lining Ride GET TOGETHER: Sharon, Andrew and Serena Francis are with Marie McKay at the Silver Lining fundraiser on Saturday night at Nino's.HAPPY NIGHT: Graeme Falconer, Drew and Moira Jenkins and Kieran Secombe were helping to raise funds in the fight for ovarian cancer research at Nino's.FOOD AND DRINK: Colin Wood, Brooke Edwards, Wade Kruger and Julie Wood had an enjoyable evening at Nino's as part of the ovarain cancer fundraiser on Saturday. THE LADS: Todd Kelly, Campbell Simmons, Callum Banks, Jason Parry and Cameron Lintern caught up on the night as the bike riders finished their first leg of the Silver Lining Ride to Melbourne. Cyclists are riding from Adelaide oval to the MCG to raise funds for ovarian cancer research.GOOD HOST: Chris North, Simon Pitman, Kieran Secombe, Donna Barnett, Martin Oehler, Kirsten Pitman and Peter Hoffmann raised funds for the worthy cause. INSPIRATION: Georgie and Penny Herbert, Clint Stanaway, Phil Herbert and Tom Simmons enjoyed their connection with Victor Harbor on Saturday night.TOP NIGHT: Jess Holland, Kristy Manuel, Bill Lawrie, Murray Hamblin and Jacqueline Edwards were very supportive of the fundraising event at Nino's on Saturday. SAME GOAL: Lisa McCombe, Ian Osborne, Bill and Gill Moody, Brian Hockney and Sandy and Peter Hayes had a great reason to reunite at the Silver Lining Ride event. A WORRY: Dave Turner, John Griffen, Todd and Julie Butler and Andy Tapp had a great laugh at the ovarian cancer fundraising dinner at Nino's which raised $5000. SPECIAL EVENT: Barry Lang, Kristine Tapp, Kerry Lang and John Edwards at the event which raised $5000 for ovarian cancer research at Nino's. The riders going from Adelaide Oval to the MCG in nine days John Hatzis, Clint Stanaway, Rob Andrews, Mike Singline, James Wright, Murray Hamblin, Georgina Wright, Georgia Herbert and Phil Lawford. TweetFacebook of After pedalling more than 1000km from Adelaide Oval, the Silver Lining Ride team will cross the finish line at the MCG on Sunday, October 29, raising funds for ovarian cancer research. The first stop on the ride was Victor Harbor.This story Silver Lining Ride first appeared on The Times.facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "Silver Lining Ride" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.