Dunsborough Sharks Football Club is going to include an impressive name on the line-up this Sunday with Fremantle Dockers superstar David Mundy joining the team for round 11. Mundy’s appearance aligns with the South West Football League’s Think Mental Health round, which aims to raise awareness about mental health and promote wellbeing within the community. This event is a collaboration between the SWFL and Think Mental Health, a leading mental health advocacy organisation. The collaboration presents a great opportunity for football clubs and players to come together and support mental health initiatives. With Mundy’s experience and exceptional skills, along with the strength of the team, the Sharks aim to come out on top against Eaton and gain the four points. “We are really happy with how the league side have started their first season, and having David Mundy join us further elevates our capabilities,” Dunsborough Sharks Football Club president Mark Delane said. “We are looking forward to a thrilling match against the Eaton Football Club, and with David’s experience, it promises to be a memorable contest.” The sharks invite the community to make a day of the event. The schedule will start with the colts game at 9.45am followed by the reserves at 11.40am. The women’s match will be at 1.30pm and the main event at 3pm.