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Hampshire stars to play at Hartley Wintney
HAMPSHIRE cricket stars will make their annual trip to the north of the county to face Hartley Wintney tomorrow.
The t20 game starts at 2.30pm and admission is free, with the Hampshire Cricket Community Trust and the Shaun Udal Autistic Charity both set to benefit from monies raised.
A bumper crowd is expected at the picturesque village green ground if previous years are anything to go by.
The match, which is sure to feature some big hitting, gives fans the chance to get up close to the Hampshire stars With Hampshire playing yesterday evening, and then not again until Sunday, a strong side is expected to be on show at Hartley.
There will be a colts coaching session before the match, while the pavilion bar will be open and other drinks and food stands will be dotted around the ground.
Hartley skipper Scott Baldwin is looking forward to the game, and said: “It is always a great game enjoyed by a big crowd. We will be doing our best to make it competitive as well as enjoying the day.”
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