A special fundraiser to raise money for cystic fibrosis will take place at this weekend's Central Highlands Netball League match-up between Learmonth and Buninyong.
It will be the second straight year the Learmonth Football Netball Club has hosted the event after raising over $1000 in 2018.
Learmonth Football Netball Club director Paul Ryan said the club hoped to exceed that number this year.
"We run the day on our club's life members day, he said.
"We hold a raffle at the gate and all the gate money gets donated to Ballarat Cystic Fibrosis.
"It's the generosity of Learmonth and Buninyong that makes this happen."
After last year's success, Ryan said a decision to hold the event again was passed at last year's general meeting.
He said he hoped to make this year 'bigger and better.'
Cystic fibrosis is a life-threatening disorder that damages the lungs and digestive system.
Clinton Hazlett, whose grandfather was the first life member of the Learmonth Football Netball Club, suffers from the disease.
He said the event will help to raise awareness.
Learmonth netball player Eleisha Phelps said she's exited to play for a good cause.
"We've done this the last few years, and being able to support a charity is great for the club and community," she said.
The event will be held at 2.30pm on Saturday at Learmonth.