Terang Cricket Club will pay tribute to its first ever female president on Saturday.
Symone Moloney lost her battle with breast cancer in September. She was only 44.
Terang Cricket Club secretary Liam Venn said Mrs Moloney had been a driving force behind a number of changes at the club.
"She was the first female president and served for seven years," Mr Venn said.
"We were extremely lucky to have her. She made a lot of changes to the club over that time.
"She had a big involvement with the development of the second ground for the club."
He said she had a way of bringing people together and was always involved in organising club functions.
"She was a much loved by everyone in the community," Mr Venn said.
"She was involved in a number of clubs - not just the cricket club. She was involved with the Terang Mortlake Football Netball Club and the basketball association."
Mr Venn said the club would unveil a plaque at a ceremony in Mrs Moloney's honour at the cricket club on Saturday.
"We invite everyone to come along," he said.
In August St Thomas' student Piper Kenna shaved her head to raise money for cancer research.
She was inspired to do so by Mrs Moloney.
At the time Mrs Moloney said she was incredibly proud of Piper, who raised $12,000 before shaving her head.
"For a nine-year-old to do that is absolutely amazing," Mrs Moloney said at the time.
She said Piper was wise beyond her years after seeing her without her beanie on one day after losing her hair during treatment.
"She said to me 'you're still beautiful'," Mrs Moloney said.
The ceremony will be held at 10.50am on Saturday.
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