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From strength to strength: Support for Pink One Day International grows

Written by: Elizabeth Kgabane

Inspiring moment is impending as cricket national teams, England and the Proteas are set to support Pink One Day International (Pink ODI) through their game this Sunday.

England will join the Proteas in their bid to raise funds in addition to supporting breast cancer charities by wearing their limited-edition pink at the game this Sunday at Wanderers Stadium.

Pink ODI is aimed at raising awareness about breast cancer and raising funds for those suffering from the disease.

Proteas first wore the pink jersey in March 2013 in an ODI match against Pakistan on home ground.

Read more the Pink ODI taking place this Sunday on EWN.




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