WIN two T20 Blast shirts, signed by Liam Norwell and Jake Libby!
1,000 not out
To celebrate The Whitefoot Cricket Show reaching 1,000 listeners, we're raising money for Cornwall Hospice Care AND giving away two signed T20 Blast shirts to two lucky winners.
One will be a Worcestershire Rapids T20 Blast shirt, signed by Jake Libby. The other a Birmingham Bears T20 Blast shirt, signed by Liam Norwell. Jake and Liam are two of Cornwall's finest exports, both at the top of their games.
We recommend a minimum donation of £5, but ALL donations (big and small) will be entered into the prize draw. ALL proceeds will be donated to Cornwall Hospice Care.
If you can afford to donate more than £5 then please, by all means, do. It's an incredibly worthy cause. But, please note: one donation, regardless of how big or small = one entry.
We will then draw two winners. One winner will win Jake's shirt, the other winner will win Liam's shirt.
Why Cornwall Hospice Care?
Cornwall Hospice Care is a 24/7 charity helping those coping with a terminal illness.
Quite simply, almost all of us know someone, have friends and/or family members that have relied on Cornwall Hospice Care for support in the most difficult circumstances. It's a very important and worthy cause that relies heavily on charitable donations.
HOW TO ENTER
Make a donation and like and share The Whitefoot Cricket Show's competition post on Facebook (@thewhitefootcricketshow) or Twitter (@Wcricketshow). You will then be entered into a prize draw that will take place once the competition closes on 31 August.
Donations will be welcomed up to 31 August. After 31 August we will pick two winners at random from those who have donated.
Please include all necessary details when donating so that we can see who has donated - and like and share our competition post on Facebook or Twitter, just to be sure!
Jake and Liam's shirts will be sent to the lucky winners as soon as possible once the competition has closed and winners drawn.
If you are one of the lucky winners, we'll get in touch with you via social media (or email, if it was provided when donating) to confirm delivery details. You will NOT need to pay postage.
A polite request...
While we're in no position to stop this, we politely request that the winners do not sell these shirts. It's our hope that they go to genuine fans of Jake, Liam and Cornish cricket.