Busy weekend for fundraiser

Laura GrubisaNarrogin Observer

Towns Cricket Club held their second annual Pink Stumps Weekend to raise money for the McGrath Foundation last week.

The weekend started on Friday with the wildly popular quiz night.

The sold out night featured eight tables fighting it out over rounds which ranged from sport, music, pop culture and Narrogin knowledge.

Jesse Layman, Kellie Wilkins, Sam Fisher, Kristen Layman, Al Hastie, Fiona Hastie, Kendal Ballard and Paul Schutz took home the first prize.

Saturday was a big day for the club which had both the Pink Stumps Match between Towns and Cuballing and the second Ladies Day at Clayton Road Oval.

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Cuballing defeated the home side, and Jenny Forrest was ecstatic as she watched her son and Cuballing captain Blair Forrest reach his first century in A-grade cricket while she attended the Ladies Day afternoon tea. Fifty-five ladies attended the high tea with Linda Nottle named best dressed, and Sofie Lushey coming in a close second.

To round off the weekend, Russell and Tom played at the club until late Saturday night.

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