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Hollioake Fund for Twenty20

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The CHASE Ben Hollioake Fund is inviting all junior cricket supporters to take part in their big fund raising competition - to decorate a T-shirt in the theme of Twenty20 cricket while raising money to create a centre supporting life limited children.

The winning entry will get a fabulous family day out at the Twenty20 finals day at the Brit Oval.

To join in, children should order a plain CHASE Ben Hollioake Fund t-shirt in their size from the website at or by calling 01483 447752.

It is then up to them to customise the shirt any way they like on the theme of Twenty20 Cricket - maybe using the colours of their favourite team or by drawing their favourite player or County mascot using any materials they wish. The most imaginative and exciting design wins!

There are two entry age groups: up to age 8 and 9-15 years. Adam Hollioake will judge the winners, and all t-shirts can be returned at the end of the competition.

Lancashire and England cricketer Andrew Flintoff has taken up first strike and will be designing a t-shirt as one of the prizes. He said: "I am very happy to be supporting Adam's charity through this great competition. The cause is so worthwhile and I wish all the entrants the best of luck."

Founder of the CHASE Ben Hollioake Fund, Adam Hollioake said: "It's a great opportunity for children to get creative and have lots of fun whilst supporting cricket and the Fund."

The CHASE Ben Hollioake Fund's aim is to create a centre in London which will support and expand the level of care provided to life limited children who are not expected to live past the age of 19. All proceeds from the competition will go towards the fund.

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