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Broomehill Cricket Club set to celebrate Pink Stumps Day in support of McGrath Foundation

Harry GrigsonGreat Southern Herald
Broomehill Cricket Club president Jack Batchelor with the pink stumps they will use on Saturday.
Camera IconBroomehill Cricket Club president Jack Batchelor with the pink stumps they will use on Saturday. Credit: Jarrod Hanson

Broomehill Cricket Club is gearing up for its Pink Stumps Day on Saturday to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer and the McGrath Foundation.

The Boomehill Recreational Complex will host a day full of cricket and tennis before a night of exciting festivities in the sporting complex hall.

Broomehill will take on Kojonup at 12.45pm using a pink ball and pink stumps while wearing pink playing gear to mark the event.

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Under-13s cricket sides will kick the day off at 8.30am before junior tennis at 2.30pm.

Members of the public are urged to participate in the fun, indulging in “McGrath burgers” while sporting pink outfits before the evening pink party.

The pink party will begin at 7pm in the hall with pink clothing mandatory upon entry and proceeds going towards the McGrath Foundation.

A pink raffle will be drawn at 8pm to celebrate the day with a host of prizes up for grabs.

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