The Middlesex Crusaders are asking everyone who comes to watch them play in the Twenty20 Cup this year to wear pink in support of Breakthrough Breast Cancer, the UK's leading breast cancer charity.
The Middlesex team will be wearing a pink kit throughout this year's competition and the club are encouraging everyone who comes to watch to join in the fun.
Replica pink kits are available now from the club shop or online from Middlesex CCC with £5 for every shirt sold and £2 for every pink cap sold going directly to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
But it doesn't have to be a replica shirt or cap - just as long as it's pink! If you're coming straight from work that day make sure you wear your pink shirt in to the office. Or put an old white T-shirt in the wash with a red sock if you don't own anything pink - yet.
Middlesex Crusaders will play four home matches in the initial stages of this year's Twenty20 campaign - beginning on Monday June 25 at Southgate with a match against Hampshire Hawks, quickly followed by a game against Kent Spitfires at Uxbridge on Wednesday June 27.
In the following week the Crusaders play their two games at Lord's - on Tuesday July 3 against Surrey Brown Caps and Friday July 6 against Essex Eagles.
At all four of Middlesex's home matches, including two at Lord's Cricket Ground in conjunction with MCC, Breakthrough volunteers will be collecting donations from spectators and Breakthrough wristbands and pins will be available throughout the ground for a suggested donation. Please give generously.
Tickets are still available for all Middlesex's home matches this year but are selling fast so if you want to see the Crusaders in action, in pink, purchase your tickets now.
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