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For the third year in succession, Haddenham Cricket Club will be hosting a junior cricket tournament for primary school age children.

The event will be on Sunday 18th June, on the playing fields in Haddenham from 9.30am onwards, starting with the Under 11s, and will last all day with the youngest cricketers (Under 7s) playing in the afternoon.

Local clubs such as Dinton, Bledlow and Waddesdon will be bringing teams and as before they will all be given brightly coloured T-shirts to wear. There will be a barbecue going as well as the usual refreshments for sale.

We hope for better weather than previous years but are confident that everyone will have fun no matter!

More details from Jessica. Email: jessicacuk@aol.com

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