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Hey everyone. So, the titanic sporting battle over a trophy the size of an egg cup is nearly here!
The Ashes is about as mouth-watering as it gets in professional cricket so we thought there ought to be a prize to win recognising that.
Ashes predictions have been made infamous in recent decades by Australian fast bowlers (thinking Merv Hughes and Glenn McGrath) with their usual 5-0 scorelines over the Poms.
Tell us what you imagine will unfold this summer and you might win an awesome prize. Good luck!
WIN AN ENGLAND TEST SHIRT COMPETITION
Support England this summer for the Ashes with your very own Adidas England Test shirt, courtesy of Cricket Yorkshire & Barrington Sports!
Bag your own England Test Shirt (seriously comfortable to wear) with stitched England branding and the current green Waitrose sponsor logo.
In the humble view of Cricket Yorkshire (and we’re VERY fussy about our cricket clothing) this is the best England cricket shirt for many a year and could be yours with a few clicks…
How to enter?
Email us before Sunday 5 July at 6pm. Entries after this won’t be counted.
Just GET IN TOUCH HERE with your full name, your Ashes scoreline prediction (and why).
We will publish a selection of your Ashes prediction thoughts (with your name – unless you request otherwise) in a future post on the Cricket Yorkshire website so it’s an opportunity to give your full and frank opinion.
We’ll pick a winner at random after the deadline has closed and the winner’s details will be sent on to our website partner, Barrington Sports, who will send out a Test shirt – this can be adult or child-sized.
PS: Very jealous, would like one ourselves!
THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS BIT:
**All Cricket Yorkshire competitions are free to enter – but entering means you are added to Cricket Yorkshire’s mailing list.
*Everyone on the mailing list tends to get sent a newsletter twice a month all things cricket. Here’s a sample.