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Free Bowdry for Ashtead

Bowcom, one of the Official Supporters of NatWest CricketForce 2009, is providing a free Bowdry to Ashtead CC - where ECB will launch this year's event next month.


The Surrey club, who are well on their way to having a new pavilion as the mainstay of their CricketForce project, will be presented with the £450 water hog when all and sundry descend on their Woodfield Lane home on April 3.

The Bowdry will help Ashtead towards getting more games of cricket played by soaking up lying water quickly.

Bowcom, as an Official Supporter of NatWest CricketForce 2009, is offering a 15 per cent discount off the list price of its Bowdry ground drying machine to clubs registered for the massive volunteering event - which this year takes place mainly on the weekend of April 4-5.

Established for over 22 years, Bowcom remains the preferred choice for those whose primary objective is to secure the highest levels of product performance with exceptional levels of service.

Bowdry is a revolutionary groundrying machine, designed specifically to efficiently and effectively remove standing water from any surface - be that covers, pitches, outfields.

Having been awarded Millennium Product status by the British Design Council, Bowdry offers a light, strong, cost effective solution that ensures sporting fixtures continue when under normal conditions, standing water would prevent play.