It's that time of year when Wollongong Hawks fans are encouraged to think pink and support breast cancer research.
The unbeaten Hawks are hosting their seventh annual Pink Night in this weekend's home game against Townsville.
Yesterday at WIN Entertainment Centre, Hawks captain Oscar Forman and guard Tyson Demos got into the spirit of Pink Night with breast cancer survivor Dr Margaret Gardiner, Illawarra's ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
The Hawks will donate a dollar to breast cancer research from every casual ticket sold for the Sunday afternoon battle with the Crocodiles.
"Pink Night has become one of the best Hawks nights of the year," Hawks general manager Mili Simic said.
"We love that our fans get involved, dress in pink and kindly dig deep to help raise funds for a great cause.
"The more people that come along to the game, the more we can help raise for the National Breast Cancer Foundation."
NCBF merchandise will be available at the venue on game day.
Tickets start from $15 for children, $20 for adults and $55 for a family of four. Tickets are available through Ticketek.
Tip-off is at 4pm.