Pink Day returns to the Wanderers
There’ll be a tinge of pink when the Proteas take on England in the fourth ODI today.
JOHANNESBURG - There'll be a tinge of pink this afternoon when South Africa take on England in the fourth One Day International.
Pink Day returns to the Wanderers, where organisers are hoping to raise more than R1 million at the match, for breast cancer awareness.
Persian, bright, ultra and steel…
Regardless of the shade, you can be sure to see it at the Wanderers today when South Africa take on England in the annual pink ODI.
Players, billboards, banners and fans will all be in pink to help raise funds for breast cancer.
Proteas' fast bowler Kyle Abbott says he's proud to be a part of any cause that fights cancer.
"Most people have either been affected or had people close to them affected by the disease. To go and represent those people is quite an honour."
He says he hopes they reach the target of R1 million.
Play gets underway from 1:30pm this afternoon.