THE Launceston women's cricket team will hold a McGrath Foundation pink stumps day at the NTCA Ground on Sunday.
The table-topping clash from 4.30pm will be a Twenty20 game featuring the second-placed host against the ladder-leading visitor Ulverstone in the Cricket North West women's competition.
Entry will be via a gold coin donation and all money raised will go to the McGrath Foundation.
``The team and opposition are turning the cricket match pink, with pink wicketkeeping pads, pink stumps, hats, temporary tattoos, badges and accessories,'' Launceston captain Samantha Cotton said.
``We will also be jazzing up the game by playing music when a four or six is scored, or a wicket falls and during the break.
``This day is to help raise awareness of breast cancer, the McGrath Foundation's breast care nurses and women's cricket in Northern Tasmania. We would encourage families and friends to watch the game, which they can do from the NTCA Ground stands or on the grassed areas around the ground.''