Pink up for Pink Stumps day.

Even the scorers get into the spirit with John Elliot, Sue Lennon and Amanda Robins wearing their pink outfits in 2015's fundraiser.

Even the scorers get into the spirit with John Elliot, Sue Lennon and Amanda Robins wearing their pink outfits in 2015's fundraiser.

Helen Dennis gets into the spirit with plenty of pink accessories.

Helen Dennis gets into the spirit with plenty of pink accessories.

Cricket fields across Australia will be dotted with pink this weekend for the McGrath Foundation’s Pink Stumps Fundraiser Day. 

Armidale District Cricket will be getting into the spirit with junior and senior teams putting on the pink gear to raise money to place Breast Care Nurses in communities around the country.

Teams in previous years have got into the spirit of Pink Stumps day. The annual McGrath Foundation fundraiser is back this Saturday.

Teams in previous years have got into the spirit of Pink Stumps day. The annual McGrath Foundation fundraiser is back this Saturday.

The association will be raffling off a cricket bat signed by Allan Border medalist David Warner which will be drawn at the junior presentation next month. 

Tickets will be sold around the grounds this weekend. Merchandise will be brought around to the matches for purchase. The association have run the fundraiser for five years with an estimated $8000 collected in donations over that period. They encourage players, spectators and officials to “pink up” and join in on the fun. 

Jo Cameron and Karen Boyd at Pink Stumps day in 2014.

Jo Cameron and Karen Boyd at Pink Stumps day in 2014.

TICKLED PINK: Paul Woodford and Stephen Butler celebrate a wicket on Pink Stumps day two years ago. The annual day is back this Saturday.

TICKLED PINK: Paul Woodford and Stephen Butler celebrate a wicket on Pink Stumps day two years ago. The annual day is back this Saturday.

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