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Amersham Cricket Club raised £5,090 from 39 supporters


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Closed 17/08/2022

raised of £10,000 target by 39 supporters

    Weʼve raised £5,090 to help fund a new artificial cricket pitch and net facilities for junior and community cricket

    Funded on Wednesday, 17th August 2022

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    In order to improve our facilities, we are planning to install a new artificial cricket wicket on our back pitch at Shardeloes, along with improving our practice net's.

    The junior section of our club is the future for our progression, for both girls and boys cricket.

    Therefore, we are reaching out to our club community to raise funds for a very ambitious target of £10,000 in the next month.



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      Page last updated on: 7/27/2022 17.28



      • Aarush Dirisala

        Aarush Dirisala

        Jul 27, 2022


      • McKenzie


        Jul 26, 2022


      • Bridle family

        Bridle family

        Jul 26, 2022


      • Roger Perowne

        Roger Perowne

        Jul 26, 2022


      • Drew Haigh

        Drew Haigh

        Jun 28, 2022

        Great initiative.


      • Rez Mahmood

        Rez Mahmood

        Jun 4, 2022


      • Vimal


        Jun 1, 2022

        good luck


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