VOLUNTEERS have lent a helping hand to Redlands Tigers Cricket Club this week as they play host to an under 19 international series between Australia and New Zealand.
Those who have helped out during the three matches so far have taken time off work or given up their weekends to serve lunch to spectators and players or assist around the grounds.
Big crowds have flocked to every match, with younger spectators taking in the action while on school holidays.
On the field, Australia have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead.
Redlands will also host a NAIDOC Week match between the Queensland Men's Indigenous Team and the South West Indigenous Network Seamers on Saturday, July 20.
The volunteer army will again be out in force to help things run smoothly.