Sport stars grow their Mo’s for cancer awareness

Although it’s only in its first week, EWN Sport takes a look at the Mo's being sported by some sports stars.

Vernon Philander and JP Duminy show their Mo’s in honour of Movember. Picture: Twitter via @VDP_24 and @jpduminy21.

CAPE TOWN - In the spirit of Movember, men across the globe are casting away their razors and cultivating their marvellous moustaches to raise awareness and raise funds for the fight against cancer.

Although it's only the first week of Movember, EWN Sport takes a look at the pronounced facial hair of some local and international sports stars.

Cricket South Africa

It's no secret that Protea cricketers JP Duminy, Vernon Philander, and bowling coach Allan Donald are proudly growing their Mo's for the full 30 days of this month to help change the face of men's health in South Africa.

The #Movember Mo's are taking shape. Remember to join the team and support this worthy cause @RoluxSA @MovemberRSA pic.twitter.com/4v8GctnmZb

JP Duminy

Day 11 into #Movember. @jpduminy21 making good progress. Support his Mo here http://t.co/xe3t5P4Sh7 pic.twitter.com/8wU3ynV2E3

Vernon Philander

Not looking bad @VDP_24, the Mo is taking good shape. Donate to Vern 's Mo here http://t.co/KLsL88xUtr @MovemberRSA pic.twitter.com/eO47nh88JW

EWN Sport' s Marc Lewis has been setting an awesome example with his tamed facial fuzz.

Day 8... Only. " @AlexJayZA: EWN sports anchor Marc Lewis showing off his Movember facial follicles. Impressive. pic.twitter.com/kvaXTHo9Vt"

Day eight. Time to start hiding your kids. pic.twitter.com/DHyO8cULg9

Australian goalkeeper Danny Vuković has also been actively involved in spreading cancer awareness on Twitter.

It was great catching up with some of the @PerthGloryFC players today. Special mention to @vuka20 !!

#Movember2014 pic.twitter.com/l7bMDd6q04