This weekend's clash between Perth Glory and Central Coast Mariners will pay tribute to talented Perth born footballer Dylan James Tombides.
The West Ham United and Australian International footballer died in 2014 after losing his three year battle with tesicular cancer.
He was only 20-years of age.
The DT38 Foundation has since been been set up in Dylan's memory and to raise awareness about men’s health issues with a focus on testicular cancer.
The charity plans to do this through awareness campaigns and education programmes to help shape a generation of young adults who are self- aware about their health and wellbeing.
Ultrasound Services in Western Australia is proud to be associated with the DT38 Foundation and is offering FREE screening for males 15–45 years old on Saturday March 19th 2016.
You can also visit the DT38 website to register.