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Sega GamesAid cricket returns this May

Calling all industry cricket fans – the third annual Sega GamesAid Challenge Cup will be held this summer.

The event will pit four teams against each other in 10/10 matches. It will be held at London’s Kew Green in May.

Last year, industry cricketers raised 1,920 for the charity – this year, the target is 2,200. The trophy is currently held by Screaming Lord Hatch’s Invitation XI aka The Media Luvvies, captained by Bethesda’s Alistair Hatch.

"With Alistair’s team winning for the second year in a row, the other teams are looking at their recruitment to try and get their average age below 40 and the average waste size down to 36," said GamesAid trustee Graeme Struthers.

"With limited places, best get in touch with me asap."

Players must donate 50 to play, and all proceeds go to GamesAid. Contact Struthers ongraeme@getgamesgo.comfor more information.

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