NatWest CricketForce 2006 launch at Upminster CC

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Upminster22 - Getting in some batting practice in the NatWest Roadshow  

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Upminster15 - Monty makes this junior's day by signing his Kwik Cricket bat © Getty Images  

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Upminster9 - Charlotte Edwards and Alastair Cook watch a keen Upminster junior get some batting practice © Getty Images  

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Upminster14 - Monty Panesar has an admiring crowd as he shows them how to spin the ball and progress to England level © Getty Images  

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Upminster21 - The NatWest Cricket Roadshow also pulled in the crowds at Upminster © Getty Images  

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Upminster16 - England's Claire Taylor gets in some net practice of a different kind as she joins in the fun in the new ECB Cricket Factory © Getty Images  

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Upminster17 - Some more aspiring England women's players of the future try their throwing in the ECB Cricket Factory with Claire Taylor © Getty Images  

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Upminster20 - England's Beth Morgan helps out with the coaching in the ECB Cricket Factory, a big attraction for the juniors on the launch day © Getty Images  

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Upminster18 - Have digger will travel: Upminster's Paul Bussey is at the controls, with Charlotte Edwards and Alastair Cook lending some NatWest CricketForce 2006 support © Getty Images  

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Upminster19 - ECB chief executive David Collier presents Upminster president David Parish with a commemorative Ashes print, watched by the club's NatWest CricketForce coordinator Paul Bussey (right), Alastair Cook and Charlotte Edwards © Getty Images  

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