Hawks head into double header PINK Round supporting BCNA

The Hawks head into a big weekend of basketball action with another double header as part of the PINK Round supporting BCNA. The Hawks are proud to be involved in the PLAY4BCNA Pink Sports Day program to show support and fundraise to help ensure that no Australian goes through their breast cancer journey alone.

Friday Night’s home game against the Lakeside Lightning will be our special Mother’s Day Pink Game proudly supported by Maurice Meade.

The Hawks will play in special pink singlets and all this week, everyone who donates a gold coin (or more) will go into the draw to win a magnificent Gift Pack including a gift voucher to Maurice Meade and other gifts valued at $750. You can donate at the Hawks office during the week or at the game on Friday night.

We will also be giving away 2 x Colour by Design vouchers worth $295 each from Maurice Meade during the Friday night game as part of our Mother’s Day promotions.

Click here for some great ideas for Mother’s Day from Maurice Meade and here to see their Colour by Design Packages that are currently available.


Game 1
πŸ“… Friday May 12th
πŸ“Bendat Basketball Centre
πŸ†š Lakeside Lightning
πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ Women Tip-Off 6.30pm
πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ Men Tip-Off 8.30pm
πŸšͺ Doors open 5,30pm
🎟 Tickets available at the door and bring your gold coin donation
πŸ†“ WABL players in their Hawks gear get in FREE
πŸ†“ Domestic players in their club gear get in FREE
Game 2
πŸ“… Saturday May 13th
πŸ“ Warwick Basketball Stadium
πŸ†š Warwick Senators
πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ Women Tip-Off 5.00pm
πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ Men Tip-Off 7.00pm
🎟 Tickets available at the door


Did you know?

  • Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is Australia’s leading breast cancer consumer organisation.
  • In 2023, it is predicted that 20,640 people will be diagnosed with breast cancer, including 212 men – on average, 57 people every day.
  • BCNA is represented by the Pink Lady silhouette – symbolic of BCNA’s focus on the people affected by breast cancer and all those around them, not the disease.
  • A breast cancer diagnosis doesn’t just affect the person diagnosed – it has a ripple effect on partners, children, friends, colleagues and the whole community.

For more information on BCNA visit https://www.bcna.org.au/


Posted on Sunday 7th May, 2023