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Cancer Research was the the benefactor of a charity cricket match held at The Jubilee Field in Waterlooville on Bank Holiday Monday supported by local estate agents Todd & Hartridge''It was The Yellows v The Blues !  '''Picture: Malcolm Wells (132354-8805)
Cancer Research was the the benefactor of a charity cricket match held at The Jubilee Field in Waterlooville on Bank Holiday Monday supported by local estate agents Todd & Hartridge''It was The Yellows v The Blues ! '''Picture: Malcolm Wells (132354-8805)
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FAMILY and friends gathered to play a game of cricket in memory of a special lady.

Sarah Pullinger and her husband Matt have been holding an annual charity match for Cancer Research UK because Sarah’s grandmother Gwen Pye died of the disease two years ago.

The couple invited their friends, family and members of the public to take part in the cricket game on bank holiday Monday last week and to enjoy a summer fair.

Matt, a 31-year-old kitchen manager, from Twyford Avenue, Stamshaw, said: ‘It went really well. I was on the losing team unfortunately but it was a great day. Just 22 lads having a great laugh for a really good cause.

‘We raised £1,250 in memory of Gwen who was such a lovely lady.’

The event was at Jubilee Field, Waterlooville.