Ladies turn day pink to honour Nicole

INSPIRATION: Brothers leaguetag players Jess Brooks, Sarah Carter, Bridget Horsley and Naomi Price are helping to raise funds for Riverina Cancer Care with a ladies day function on Sunday in memory of Nicole Burgess.

INSPIRATION: Brothers leaguetag players Jess Brooks, Sarah Carter, Bridget Horsley and Naomi Price are helping to raise funds for Riverina Cancer Care with a ladies day function on Sunday in memory of Nicole Burgess.

Brothers leaguetag are going pink in memory of Nicole Burgess.

Brothers will host a special ladies day function on Sunday in memory of Burgess, who lost her fight with breast cancer late last year.

Looking to raise money and awareness for breast cancer, the team will wear special jumpers for the clash against Cootamundra at Equex Centre.

There will be plenty of other items up for grabs, including some of the male footballers offering themselves up for auction.

Burgess had strong links to the club and Naomi Price thought it was a great way to celebrate her life.

“We thought it was a great cause to get behind,” Price said.

The function starts from noon in the clubrooms at Equex Centre with entry $30, which includes some wine and food.

More than 100 are expected with the proceeds from the day to go to Riverina Cancer Care, an organisation close to Burgess.

Everyone is encouraged to wear pink.

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