OAK Flats Cricket Club is aiming to make this Saturday's vital clash with new competition leaders Albion Park a special part of the annual Pink Stumps Day for the McGrath Foundation.
Event organiser Stacey Bottley said the day was planned to become an annual event.
"Entertainment during the day will include a ladies tent, with a qualified beautician offering beauty services and a complimentary glass of pink champagne, and a children's tent, with fun, games, a professional face-painter and hopefully a jumping castle," she said.
"After the cricket we will be getting the party started from 7pm with live entertainment from a band called The Count Trio, a barbecue and Sumo Suits for the kids.
"Throughout the day and evening we will be selling raffle tickets for some amazing prizes including a Spartan cricket bat, a round of golf and a cart for four people at Mount Broughton Golf Club, personal training sessions, Shaver Shop goodies, a manicure, CDs and a Volvik cap."
Organisers are also hoping for a meet and greet with 2DayFM's morning show presenters Merrick Watts, Jules Lund, Mel B and Sophie Monk, as well as a huge raffle on the evening for a signed Sydney Sixers shirt.
For more information on the event, please contact Stacey Bottley on 0481 243 715.