Maroons cricketers hope to beat $1800 raised in last year's fundraiser to fight breast cancer.February 12, 2014 4:22am
Pink Stumps Day is developing into an annual highlight of some clubs’ cricketing calendars and Seymour has a big day planned at Chittick Park on February 22.
It’s a day when cricketing and non-cricketing people alike can have lots of fun for a great cause.
The Maroons are holding a family day to celebrate the efforts of women for the McGrath Foundation fundraiser to fight breast cancer. And it promises to be an even bigger day, as the event will go on into the night.
The A-grade game starts at 1
After the play finishes there will be a cocktail night, where entry of $10 gives you a free cocktail, with finger food provided. Each cocktail after that will cost $5, with all proceeds towards the cause. Dress code is along the pink theme of the day and ‘‘after 5’’.
Seymour is hoping to beat last year’s effort where the club raised $1800.
For more information, or to donate, phone Glen Loraine on 0431
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