Howzat! Karl and Peter Stefanovic alight to play a charity cricket match at the premier's residence to raise money for Batting For Change
The brothers Karl and Peter Stefanovic seemed cheerful when they set out for a charity cricket match in Sydney on Thursday.
The Channel Nine television presenters, hosted in the home of Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, smiled ear-to-ear while posing together for a selfie.
With hats with the Nova 96.9 brand, Karl opted for a red polyester shirt, while his younger brother, Peter, rocked a white shirt.
Charitable! Karl and Peter Stefanovic (photo) stepped out to play a charity cricket match at Prime Minister Scott Morrison's residence to raise money for Batting For Change
Peter went to his Instagram to share a selfie and wrote the snap: & # 39; Couple (of) boys from Capalaba who are chin music in the premier's house. & # 39;
The charity event was organized by Nova presenters Ryan & # 39; Fitzy & # 39; Fitzgerald, Michael & # 39; Wippa & # 39; Wipfli and was on display by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
At one point in the event, the Stefanovic brothers started competing against two different teams.
On his Instagram to share a selfie, Peter endorsed the snap: & # 39; Pair of Capalaba boys chin music in the premier's house & # 39; (L-R: Peter and Karl Stefanovic, Mark Ferguson, Michael & # 39; Wippa & # 39; Wipfli, Ryan & # 39; Fitzy & # 39; Fitzgerald)
The event also attracted a range of Australian media personalities, including TV presenters Mark Ferguson and Peter Overton and Home and Away & Lynne McGranger.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian also showed her cricket skills while the staff watched.
Batting for Change offers educational opportunities for disadvantaged young men and women in cricket playing countries.
What a good sport! Premier Gladys Berejiklian (photo) also showed her cricket skills, while the staff watched
Karl & # 39; s observation comes days after radio-shock jock Kyle Sandilands did a blow to Channel Nine executives about their treatment of the fired Today show host.
Speak against news.com.au at the Radio Alive conference in Brisbane last Friday, the KIIS FM star boldly claimed that Karl's recovery is the only way to increase today's declining ratings.
& # 39; If I ran Channel Nine, I would immediately add Karl to Georgie (Gardner) and Deb (Knight) & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; I think Georgie and Deb are great, but they have all those tough men there. & # 39;
Karl & # 39; s observation comes days after radio-shock jock Kyle Sandilands lashed out at Channel Nine executives about their treatment of Today's fired host Karl Stefanovic
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