Jenna Smith, 6, from Yarraman, looked pretty in pink in the Midgets

April 14, 2012

The Nanango netball courts were a sea of pink on Saturday as the Nanango and District Netball Association celebrated the Breast Cancer Network’s “Pink Footy & Netball Day”.

Players aged from 5 to 15 donned pink shirts – and in many cases, pink tutus – and the grounds were decorated with pink balloons for the club’s games against Kingaroy.

Even the canteen went pink for the occasion, selling pink buns and pink patty cakes. And players and spectators munched on pink marshmallows …

Donations were collected on the day for the Breast Cancer Network but the club is also hoping its fans will help it reach its fundraising goal of $250 by pledging donations on its online  fundraising page.

Club spokeswoman Lynn Smith said last year the club “went blue” to raise funds for depression awareness charity Beyond Blue … so going pink seemed to be the natural thing to do this year.


Nanango Thunderbolts 14 Kingaroy Carnations 7
Kingaroy Orchids 5 Kingaroy Roses 9
Nanango Munchkins 8 Kingaroy Daffodils 1
Nanango Smarties 1 Kingaroy Marigolds 9
Nanango Smarties 1 Kingaroy Daffodils 11
Kingaroy Marigolds 4 Kingaroy Carnations 11
Nanango Thunderbolts 16 Kingaroy Orchids 7
Nanango Munchkins 11 Kingaroy Roses 4

Nanango Rugrats 26 Nanango Turtlecornz 6
Nanango The Jok3rz 23 Kingaroy Addidas 11
Nanango Ninjas’n’Tutus 17 Kingaroy Asics 10
Nanango Elite Chix 19 Kingaroy Nike 13
Nanango Turtlecornz 13 Kingaroy Addidas 16
Nanango Elite Chix 8 Kingaroy Asics 12
Nanango Rugrats 27 Kingaroy Nike 8
Nanango Ninjas’n’Tutus 20 Nanango The Jok3rz 14

Kayla Greenslade, Mykel Smith, Lyn Smith and Erin Early ... supporting the Pink Netball Day

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