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Adams signs up for South Hampstead fund-raiser

PUBLISHED: 13:33 24 September 2008 | UPDATED: 13:21 24 August 2010

30 Jun 2001: Jimmy Adams of the Sir Garfield Sobers XI hits a huge six during the the one day match between the Sir Richard Hadlee XI and the Sir Garfield Sobers XI at Trent Bridge in Nottingham . Digital Image. Mandatory Credit: Laurence Griffiths/ALLSPORT

30 Jun 2001: Jimmy Adams of the Sir Garfield Sobers XI hits a huge six during the the one day match between the Sir Richard Hadlee XI and the Sir Garfield Sobers XI at Trent Bridge in Nottingham . Digital Image. Mandatory Credit: Laurence Griffiths/ALLSPORT

FORMER West Indies captain Jimmy Adams will feature for the Celebrity XI in Sunday s rearranged Paul Daisley Trust charity match at South Hampstead CC. Adams will be playing under another ex-West Indies skipper in Alvin Kallicharran, whose side also inclu

FORMER West Indies captain Jimmy Adams will feature for the Celebrity XI in Sunday's rearranged Paul Daisley Trust charity match at South Hampstead CC.

Adams will be playing under another ex-West Indies skipper in Alvin Kallicharran, whose side also includes former England all-rounder and SH star Chris Lewis.

Pakistani paceman Mohammad Akram also lines up for the celebrity side alongside actors Simon Rouse, Karl Collins and Ben Miles for a limited-overs game against a South Hampstead XI.

The annual match, which raises funds to combat colon cancer in memory of the late Brent East MP, had originally been scheduled for August, but was postponed due to rain.

Play gets under way at SH's Milverton Road ground at 2pm and there will also be Caribbean food and music and a raffle for signed bats and other cricketing memorabilia.


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