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THE 2010 season will be in full swing within the next two weeks and The Hunts Post is calling all cricketers to submit their match reports to be included in our weekly round-up. For inclusion in the weekly round up, just email your report to sport@huntspo
THE 2010 season will be in full swing within the next two weeks and The Hunts Post is calling all cricketers to submit their match reports to be included in our weekly round-up.
For inclusion in the weekly round up, just email your report to firstname.lastname@example.org before 2pm on a Monday.
We've teamed up once again with equipment specialists Hunts County Bats for a monthly award for outstanding performances in senior cricket.
Teams and individuals are eligible for the award which comes with the prize of �25 of vouchers to spend at Hunts County Bats. The award will be given to the outstanding performers in May, June, July and August, with an end-of-season award in September.
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Reports should include full player names, the team names in the email subject line, and a contact number for further information.
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