Former Test skipper Kim Hughes raising money for MNDA WA at Inglewood Hotel

Kim Hughes in full flight. Photo: Patrick Eagar/Getty
Kim Hughes in full flight. Photo: Patrick Eagar/Getty

IT will be a night of memorabilia, auctions and anecdotes with former WA cricketer Kim Hughes appearing at the Inglewood Hotel tomorrow night to raise money for Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA (MNDAWA).

A Night with Kim Hughes and his Baggy Green will feature the cricketer, who captained Australia in 28 Tests, sharing funny stories, giving his thoughts on the upcoming Test series between Australia and South Africa, answering audience questions, and giving photo opportunities.

Hughes is also a patron of MNDAWA, the specialist care and support organisation for people living with Motor Neurone Disease and their families.

Money raised from his auctioned memorabilia will go to the organisation.

Hotel owner Murray Cutbush will also auction a trip to Queensland, including flights for two people and six nights’ accommodation in the luxurious two bedroom Bujerum Apartments on Burleigh Beach.

What: A Night with Kim Hughes and his Baggy Green

When: Wednesday, October 26 from 7pm

Where: Inglewood Hotel, Fifth Avenue and Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley

Cost: Door sales $25