Pink pitch given tick

TICKLED PINK: West Gambier Cricket Club's Lachie Brown, club secretary Bianca Easterbrook, Ryan Hosking and club president Shane Dycer decked out in pink apparel. The club will host Pink Stumps Day on January 7 to support breast cancer research.

TICKLED PINK: West Gambier Cricket Club's Lachie Brown, club secretary Bianca Easterbrook, Ryan Hosking and club president Shane Dycer decked out in pink apparel. The club will host Pink Stumps Day on January 7 to support breast cancer research.

WEST Gambier Cricket Club will host its inaugural Pink Stumps Day on January 7 in support of breast cancer research.

The West Gambier A Grade cricket side will face Gambier Centrals and Kongorong in a T20 double header, with all three teams wearing pink cricket pads and looking to break a set of bright pink stumps.

The event will raise funds for the McGrath Foundation.

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