CRICKET: Glos stars helping End Polio Now charity
Updated 11:24am Wednesday 9th July 2014 in Sport
GLOUCESTERSHIRE country cricket stars will warm up for the showpiece Cheltenham Festival which starts on Monday by playing in a T20 charity match at the County Ground home of Swindon CC on Sunday.
Alex and Will Gidman along with Hamish Marshall and Craig Miles are all confirmed starters, as are former Gloucestershire star bowlers Steve Kirby and Jon Lewis.
The game will be played in aid of the charity End Polio Now. Entry to the game, which starts at 2pm, is £5 for adults and £3 for juniors and OAPs, with proceeds split between the chosen charity and the cricket club.
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