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Queensland's reinswomen have for a second year raised more than $10,000 for the Team Teal campaign in aid of the Women's Cancer Foundation.
With three meetings still to play out in the 2019 campaign, the state's lady drivers have crossed the line first 51 times, equaling last year's $10,200 contribution to WCF.
The campaign - which sees Racing Queensland, TAB, Redcliffe and Albion Park Harness Racing Clubs donate $200 each time a female driver wins a race in Queensland - comes to a close at Albion on Saturday night.
There, a guaranteed $1400 will be added to the tally, with seven heats of the Australian Female Drivers Championship to be held.
Narissa McMullen (20 wins) has been the nation's leading female driver throughout the campaign, single-handedly raising $4000 through her efforts.
McMullen is also selling special Team Teal caps at Albion Park at Redcliffe to add to the cause.
Meanwhile, Racing Queensland staff have gathered to contribute to the campaign.
A 'Teal High Tea' fundraiser was held at the Deagon headquarters earlier today, with staff contributing a further $357 to the cause, with donations still rolling in.
To contribute to the cause visit: https://teamteal.blackbaud-sites.com/