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Cheshire v Wiltshire at The Flacca Today - starting at 11.00am

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14th May 2016

The wait is over, the sun is shining and The Flacca is ready to host its first ever Minor Counties Match.

Come along and watch this very special game. Play will start at 11.00am today, tomorrow and on Tuesday.

Free admission.

Inspired Villages' participation in this 3-day event celebrates their new sponsorship partnership with Tattenhall Cricket Club in which they have funded a state-of-the-art electronic scoreboard which will be in use throughout the match and a mix of exciting events which will take place over the next three years.

Cricket fans attending the first championship match for Cheshire can enjoy a match with a difference.

Fans for the free event are invited to pose for a selfie with their cricketing hero, enjoy free ice-cream from Tattenhall's award-winning Ice-Cream Farm and book an exclusive tour of Inspired Tattenhall's stunning new Reitrement Village Show Suite. Visitors can also look out for the six retro-style cricketers dotted around the Tattenhall Cricket Club boundary.

For a match preview, click on the following link
http://www.cheshireccc.org.uk/2016-10WiltshirePreview.html

We include another couple of Keith Titchener's fantastic images of cricket at The Flacca.

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