All seven clubs in the IBL, have decided to turn pink for this weekend to raise much needed funds for the Breast Aware Australia and importantly to profile how early and correct detection of breast cancer can save the lives of women and men.
Each club's top graded team will be wearing a commemorative pink round baseball cap, when they take to the diamond at Berkeley's Fred Finch Park - where founder of Breast Aware Australia Maralyn Young will also be holding a community information booth from 11am-2pm each day.
And every player across the grades is encouraged to wear one pink item during the round, including cleats, sweat bands, shoe laces, socks, belts.
The Berkeley Eagles, featuring Australian star Tim Atherton, are flying high with a 4-0 record this season, having conceded just six runs so far and will start favourites against the Chiefs on Saturday.
In the other game, the Cardinals will be hoping to add a further buffer on Pirates.
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