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June 14, 2019 thru June 15, 2019
Time: 5:00 PM - 11:55 PM

Smith River Sports Complex Fields 4 & 5
1000 Irisburg Rd
Axton, VA
Event Contact:
Houston Stutz
Phone: (276) 638-5200

The Delores Sullivan Kick For A Cure is a soccer tournament raising money for cancer awareness occurring at the Smith River Sports Complex on June 14, 2019. 

It is an all ages, all abilities, all area soccer event. Teams from Martinsville-Henry County along with any team from the surrounding area are invited to register and play! 100% of the registration fee goes to cancer research. During the event, various items will be auctioned off. Numerous NCAA schools are sending autographed soccer balls. Other items up for auction are updated on the Delores Sullivan Kick For A Cure Facebook page as they arrive. The colors teams will wear represent a different type of cancer being remembered. 

  • Lavender: General Cancer Awareness 
  • Gray: Brain Cancer Awareness 
  • White: Lung Cancer Awareness 
  • Light Blue: Prostate Cancer Awareness 
  • Purple: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness 
  • Burgundy and White: Head and Neck Cancer Awareness 
  • Yellow: Bone Cancer Awareness 
  • Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness 

Games will be played on Taco Bell/Boys & Girls Club Turf Field #5 and Championship Turf Field #4. Play begins on Saturday the 15th at 6 PM until midnight. 

Concessions will be sold.  

Contact Patrick Sullivan for more information at or (276) 734-5298.

Kick for A Cure Facebook Page

Registration Information

Registration is open until June 1. Play in Honor or Memory of someone who has lost their battle or won their battle with Cancer. Their name will be noted in our program and placed on the back of all team shirts!! Players can play on up to 3 teams!! Every team that registers will get a free shirt!!! Help make our 7th year the best one yet!!!!

Email: with the following,
Team members name/age/shirt size, max 9 on a team
Contact person
Name (if applicable) of person you are playing for, and the cancer they beat. or lost their battle with