Thursday, February 22nd, 2018

Fifty Fifty Draw In Aid Of Ground Improvement Fund Continues To Flourish

worcestershire supporters’ association’s ever popular fifty-fifty competition has already attracted approaching 400 members for the 2018 season.

it costs £20 to enter – the same fee as in 2017 – and profits from this competition will, as always, go towards the ground improvement fund.

the four draws will take place on sunday june 24, sunday july 29, sunday august 26 and sunday september 23.
around 660 members participated in the four draws last summer in which the prizes ranged from £50 to £500 for each draw.

association chairman andrew jenkins said: “there has been a good response already in terms of members joining.

“it is four months until the first draw and to have over 375 members already is really encouraging.

“we expect many more people to join once the season is underway.”

association committee member dave kennedy will again be running the competition after taking over from late chairman ken mills mbe.

application forms can be obtained from dave kennedy c-o the county ground, New Road, worcester, wr2 4qq

but they can also be downloaded via the worcestershire ccc website.

anyone wanting to enter the competition should make cheques payable to the worcestershire county cricket supporters’ association (wccsa).

the 2018 prize structure will be:

first prize – £500

second prize – £250

third prize – £200

fourth-eighth prizes – £100

ninth-12th prizes – £50

*the 2018 editions of the playfair cricket annual and the cricketer’s who’s who will again be available to purchase in the new supporters’ association shop.

the playfair annual can also be purchased on reception in the view.

once again supporters can purchase them at discount prices (details to be announced soon).