Get behind Team Teal in the fight against ovarian cancer from February 1st to March 11th 2018. 22 Queensland lady drivers join the national campaign in wearing Teal driving pants to raise awareness and funds to help prevent the horrible disease. Each time a lady driver wins a race $200 will be donated to Women’s Cancer Foundation courtesy of UBET, Racing Queensland, Albion Park Harness Racing Club and Redcliffe Harness Racing Club.


Women’s Cancer Foundation is engaging in international clinical trials to find ways to reverse resistance to chemotherapy and how to use a woman's own immune system to combat the disease. But we need your help… it's the support of individuals and sponsorships that allow them to keep doing this very important work.

Please help us, so that we can support women suffering with ovarian cancer.


    • Every 10 hours, a woman in Australia dies of ovarian cancer
    • One in 70 women develop ovarian cancer in their lifetime
    • Many women believe a Pap smear will test for ovarian cancer... it doesn't
    • Out of the 1400 Australian women diagnosed every year, only 20% of these women will survive for longer than five years, compared to breast cancer which has an 80% survival rate.