Creative crowd rocks wild looks on big night

Taylar AmoniniNorth West Telegraph

Despite the cooler weather, Hedland Water Polo Association’s annual Pimps and Pros event pulled a big crowd recently.

More than 300 people flocked to the Pier Hotel on Saturday, September 23, with six Britney Spears lookalikes.

Matthew Ostle, Luke King and Gavin McRae.
Camera IconMatthew Ostle, Luke King and Gavin McRae.
Anwyn Pyle, Maddy Rhodes and Karen Bromley.
Camera IconAnwyn Pyle, Maddy Rhodes and Karen Bromley.

Association president Brad Pawlenko said he was pleased to see a big turnout despite the school holidays starting on the same night.

“It was really great to see people dress up and make the effort, whether it was in the rock and pop theme or the traditional P and P theme,” he said.

Karlee Brewer and Darryn Robins.
Camera IconKarlee Brewer and Darryn Robins.
Brandon Jurgens and Kyle Pettersen.
Camera IconBrandon Jurgens and Kyle Pettersen.

“It wouldn’t have been possible without the help of our sponsors, who donated gifts, prizes and hosting us.” As the biggest fundraising event for the association, the night raised more than $10,000 for the season.

The association is now in preparation for its Have-A-Try night on October 13.

Sam Mauds and Josh Clifford.
Camera IconSam Mauds and Josh Clifford.
Cat Cahill and Cassie Baldock.
Camera IconCat Cahill and Cassie Baldock.
Jake Radburn, Ralpf Bronkhorst and Haydon Thomason.
Camera IconJake Radburn, Ralpf Bronkhorst and Haydon Thomason.

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