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Kent Cricket Lottery - Supporting Grassroots Cricket

on Friday, 13 September 2013. Posted in Funding and Fundraising, Other News

Kent Cricket Lottery - Supporting Grassroots Cricket

Kent Cricket Lottery has been established to support the work of the Kent Cricket Board, within schools and clubs, and the development of talented young players via the Kent Cricket Academy. You can support this work, and receive complimentary tickets to the final LV= County Championship match of the year between Kent & Lancashire, by playing the lottery.

For as little as the cost of a cup of coffee each week, you can make a difference to cricket in Kent. To get more detail on the KCB work in schools and clubs Through the KCB Performance Squads they are also working to develop our talent boys and girls players, these are the source of Academy Members.




The Kent Cricket Academy has produced a host of top cricketers including: Fabian Cowdrey, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Lydia Greenway, Alex Blake, Sam Northeast, Sam Billings, Adam Ball, Adam Riley, Tamsin Beaumont and Natasha Farrant. Your support means programmes can be expanded and the next generation of Kent Cricketers are better prepared for First Class Cricket for Kent and, hopefully, for England too.

You also have the chance of winning weekly cash prizes, maximum £25,000, and whatever you receive the Club gets the same amount – double winning. So far we have had two £1,000 winners and in August, 14 winners of smaller amounts.

We will contact you once your registration is complete to arrange your tickets for the Lancashire match. If you are already a Member this could be a great gift for a family member or friend.

Thank you for your support and interest in Kent Cricket.


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