Fancy-dress charity fun day at Sidmouth Cricket Club on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 12:05 25 August 2017 | UPDATED: 12:05 25 August 2017

Sidmouth Cricket Club at The Fortfield

Sidmouth Cricket Club at The Fortfield

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Bank holiday weekend cricket event at the Fortfield, Sidmouth, will raise money for Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF)

Sidmouth Cricket Club is hosting a charity seven-a side fancy-dress cricket tournament at the Fortfield on Sunday, August 27, with play starting at 11am.

The format for the day will be a six over competition between six sides, where each member will bowl one over with a strict time limit of 15 minutes per innings.

Prizes on the day will be for the runners-up and winning team, the best-dressed team, biggest six and player of the day.

Alongside the cricketing entertainment, there will also be a sound system with music and guest commentary, an ongoing barbecue, paddling pool corner, a women’s cricket match and ongoing games with prizes and a raffle where all proceeds will be going to the charity for the day, Health and Local Food for Families (HALFF).

Entry is £10 per player which includes bacon bap and coffee on arrival, one drinks voucher and entry into ‘throw the stumps down’ game.

HALFF is a registered charity set up to help people, especially those who are vulnerable, disadvantaged and isolated to cook delicious healthy food for themselves and their families.

Anyone interested in playing or entering a team should contact Scott Barlow at scott_barlow02@hotmail.com.


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