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Sega GamesAid cricket cup steps up to the crease

The fourth annual Sega GamesAid Cricket Challenge is set to open its innings this Wednesday 15th May at Kew Cricket club on Kew Green (just north of Kew Gardens)  and all cricket fans and industry friends are invited down for a day of fun, sun and semi-serious flannelled foolery from 10.30am onwards.

The annual Sega GamesAid fixture has already raised £2200 and this year, as usual, four teams have entered with three of the teams scheming to find a way to defeat the current three times reigning champions Screaming Lord Hatch’s XI captained by Bethesda’s  Alistair Hatch. Sega, Square Leg Enix and an Industry all stars select XI will be plotting their revenge and gunning for this year’s crown.

John Clarke captain of the  Sega team, who have kindly sponsored the event for all three years since its inception said, “We will have 44 people performing various impersonations of cricketers and in so doing will raise over £2000 for GamesAid. Sega are delighted to continue our association with GamesAid and continue to hope to actually win this time.”

GamesAid are extremely grateful to Sega for their continued support in making this event happen and look forward to welcoming friends,  family,  spectators and all lovers of cricket this Wednesday.