There's set to be a sea of pink at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre this Saturday as the NBL1 recognises breast cancer awareness round.
The Bandits are asking supporters to don pink for the club's clash against Kilsyth, with tins to be rattled at the game to raise money for the local breast cancer network.
"We're looking forward to the opportunity to help contribute to the foundation and raise funds for the cause," women's coach Matt Paps said.
The Bandits are coming off the back of two losses during last week's double header, with another tough match expected against the Cobras.
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"It's just another challenge that we'll look to give our best to," Paps said.
"All five players on the court have to work hard to make an impact.
"Hopefully we'll just continue to improve."
The Bandits will take the same team as last week into the clash, with defence an area they hope to improve on.
"We want our urgency in defence to improve, as well as a better rebounding performance," Paps said.
Pink Ribbon round will commence at 6pm.
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