Annual charity cricket match set to return – Spalding Today

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A popular annual charity cricket match will return tomorrow (Sunday).
After a Covid-enforced one year break, South Holland and the Deepings MP Sir John Hayes will host his sporting fundraiser at Moulton Harrox Sports Field in Broad Lane tomorrow (Sunday).
The contest will see the Lords & Commons XI and the Moulton Harrox Irregulars competing for the John Hayes Moulton Harrox Trophy.
The charity cricket match and hog roast usually attracts more than 100 guests to see the action and contribute to a good cause.
The money raised at this year’s event will be donated to chosen good causes, including Headway, the charity which supports people with brain injury.
Everyone is welcome to come along and watch the cricket match which will begin at approximately 11.10am.
Sir John said: “Our annual charity cricket match has been a great success over the years and we have supported local organisations like Lincolnshire First Responders, Moulton Mill and the Moulton Harrox Junior Cricket Academy.
“The cricket match and hog roast is a great day out for all the family.”
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