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Charity cricket at South Hampstead

PUBLISHED: 17:30 19 September 2017

Cricket gloves dry beyond the boundary

Cricket gloves dry beyond the boundary

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South Hampstead Cricket Club are hosting a charity six-a-side tournament at their Milverton Road ground on Sunday.

Three former England internationals in Alex Tudor, Chris Lewis and Martin Bicknell are all due to take part, along with ex-Surrey star Martin Bicknell.

Other well-known players are also set to appear in support of the event, with the action getting underway at 11.30am and continuing throughout the day until 6.30pm.

There will be a barbeque for spectators, as well as a DJ and raffle prizes on offer, ensuring a great day out for the family, and all money raised will go to the Paul Daisley Trust, named after the late MP for Brent East to help increase awareness of bowel cancer with Cancer Research UK.

South Hampstead’s Milverton Road ground can be found at the post code NW6 7AR.

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