Westbury will pay tribute to one of its most treasured icons during the weekend's clash with South Launceston.
Phyllis Ingamells (nee Harvey), wife of legendary wicketkeeper-batsman and captain Bob, died last Sunday aged 99.
The Shamrocks life member and ladies' committee founder will be remembered with black armbands at Saturday's game, which will be played at the Westbury ground named in her late husband's honour.
"I'm sure we will look to wear black armbands as I know Phyllis was a great supporter of the club," Westbury captain Daniel Murfet said.
"The Ingamells name is very well known at Westbury with her husband being a past captain and Phyllis being a great supporter of the club."
Ingamells is survived by children Suzanne and Judith, six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
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