NETBALL: The Croydon Netball League recently celebrated in the colour pink to raise breast cancer awareness, and they're set to do it all again for tomorrow's fixtures at Shirley High School.
They managed to raise money for the Rapid Diagnostic Assessment Centre at the Royal Marsden Sutton Hospital thanks to a grand cake stall with pink cakes, while the players all sported a pink item.
The charity is close to the league's hearts as it supports women through the early signs and diagnosis of breast cancer, while it offers crucial support and counselling to any cancer sufferers.
All donations will be presented as a cheque to the hospital in the near future, so a large turnout of players are expected tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Chequers Netball Club are offering players the chance to start playing the sport again. It's a great chance to get fit, lose weight and make new friends, but most of all, it's fun, enjoyable and there's no commitment required.
For those interested, the sessions are every Wednesday from 7.30pm to 9pm at Croydon High School – and the first is free.
For further information, visit www.chequersnetballclub.co.uk.