India vs Australia: Biggest Pink Test in the offing

It’s a joint initiative between the McGrath Foundation and Cricket Australia in raising breast cancer awareness.

McGrath Foundation co-founder and president, bowling legend Glenn McGrath, presented the Australian men’s Test team with their baggy pink caps for the official team photo at the SCG on Wednesday.   -  ap

The fourth Test, also called the Pink Test, is expected to raise a record-breaking $2,100000 to fund 15 breast cancer nurses for a year. 

It’s a joint initiative between the McGrath Foundation and Cricket Australia in raising breast cancer awareness.

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McGrath Foundation co-founder and president, bowling legend Glenn McGrath, presented the Australian men’s Test team with their baggy pink caps for the official team photo at the SCG on Wednesday.

Over the last decade, the Sydney Pink Test has become a national phenomenon and is the largest sporting fundraising initiative in Australia.

The cricket community, both on and off the field, wear pink as a symbolic show of support for those suffering from breast cancer.

McGrath said: “With 50 Australians diagnosed with breast cancer every day, there is critical and continuing need for more McGrath Breast Care Nurses to support families through breast cancer.”

Donations can be made at  pinktest.com.au