Glenn McGrath

To aid McGrath Foundation, SCG will turn pink for third Test

Meldourne, Dec 10 : The Sydney Cricket Ground will turn pink for the third cricket Test against South Africa in aid of the McGrath Foundation.

Former Australian great Glenn McGrath announced a plan to turn the SCG pink with stumps, parts of the outfield and the players' shirts all featuring the Foundation's pink logo for the match starting January 3, The Age reported.

The third day of the Test traditionally known as Ladies Day will be renamed Jane McGrath Day in memory of the former fast bowler''s wife who died from cancer earlier this year.

Fans will also be able to buy pink bandannas with all funds going to the McGrath Foundation.

McGrath Pleads With Sydney People To Participate In A Fun Run

Great Glenn McGrath, the former Australian fast bowler recently lost his wife. Now he is McGrath Pleads With Sydney People To Participate In A Fun Runpleading with Sydney people to participate in a running festival, for raising funds for breast cancer research and treatment.

In 1996’ McGrath’s wife Jane, was first diagnosed with breast cancer. After her initial recovery, she noticed that during her treatment there was a shortage of breast care nurses. In 2002 McGrath and Jane founded the McGrath foundation.

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