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OCEAN Grove Memorial Reserve will be awash with pink on Saturday.
The cricket club is staging a Pink Stumps Day to raise money for the McGrath Foundation, which places breast care nurses in communities throughout the country.
The feature game, the A Grade clash between neighbours Ocean Grove and Wallington, starts at 1.30pm and the club will be hosting an afternoon tea at the clubrooms at 2.30pm. Tickets are $20 and includes sparking wine on arrival, nibbles and afternoon tea. Raffles, prizes and silent auctions will be held throughout the afternoon.
After the game, local musician and Ocean Grove Cricket Club player Sam Hanson will perform.
Pink stumps will be used for the game and the Grubbers’ players will wear pink caps.
For more information, contact Fiona on 0458 435 461 for tickets or email ogcricketclubsocialcommittee@gmail.com
You can also check out http://pinkstumpsday2016.gofundraise.com.au/page/oceangrovecricketclub

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