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Inaugural Taylor Made Sixes Charity Cricket Tournament at The Ageas Bowl Thursday 30 August 2012

Posted: July 4, 2012 Time: 2:28 pm Written by: Kelle Russell

We are delighted to have been chosen as the main beneficiary charity when legends from Hampshire cricket captain teams of six in a charity tournament played out at The Ageas Bowl on 30 August – just days after England’s clash with South Africa.

So how about ditching your briefcase for bat and ball and following in the footsteps of cricketing heroes on the hallowed Hampshire turf?

Following a morning of hooks, pulls and cover drives, the teams will be treated to wine tasting, a three-course lunch, plus a raffle and auction.

Taylor Made Director Nigel Taylor said: “We’ve all watched and dreamed from the sidelines and this is a fantastic way to help a great cause while living out your sporting fantasies at the same time.

“Everyone will be seizing this opportunity to see what they can do in this world-class arena. We can expect a lively competition as the Hampshire players don’t like to lose!”

Emma Macnaghten, who looks after corporate partnerships at Rainbow said “We are delighted that this unique event is taking place and are thrilled to be one of the beneficiary charities. We are intending to enter a Rainbow team, so watch out everyone else!”

The event can host a maximum of 14 teams, with an entry fee of £995 per team. Spectator hospitality tickets will also be available at £30 per person. If you would like to be a part of this exciting event contact Emma Downing at or call 01329 239 900.

Or, for more information about the Rainbow team, contact Emma Macnaghten at Rainbow on 01329289500.

Picture: L-R Alistair Gibson, Operations Manager TMCS, Zac Toumazi, Commercial Director The Ageas Bowl, D’Arcy Myers, CEO The Rainbow Centre, Emma Downing, Sales & Marketing TMCS, Dimitri Mascarenhas Hampshire Royals.