The Gold Coast SUNS will once again be unchanged for the Round 8 match against St Kilda after an impressive win over Collingwood last week.

The SUNS will see two milestones as Brandon Ellis runs out for his 200th game and Sean Lemmens for his 100th.    

Senior Coach Stuart Dew has opted to reward those who got the job done against the Magpies as the club eyes its third straight win this weekend.

It’s the second week in a row the SUNS have been unchanged.

On the emergency list is Brayden Fiorini, Darcy Macpherson, Malcolm Rosas Jnr and Alex Sexton.

Round 8 will be the SUNS’ first official Round to RizeUp as the club looks to make a stand against domestic and family violence.

In conjunction with the club’s Major Charity Partner RizeUp Australia, the Gold Coast SUNS aim to help create awareness and educate the community around the prevention of domestic and family violence.

As a club we will be asking our community to RizeUp and help create new beginnings for our fellow community members.  Each new accommodation setup, costs approximately $5,000 to furnish for a family making a fresh start.  Our goal is to raise money through this game, to set up as many homes as possible to help Gold Coast families as they flee a violent household.

Donations can be made whilst purchasing tickets to the game via Ticketek, at any time via the RizeUp website or on match day at Metricon Stadium.

The match against the Saints has been moved forward to 1:45pm and will be broadcast live on the Seven Network (check your local guide), FOX FOOTY, Kayo and the AFL Live Official App.