Cricket365 has joined forces with sporting goods specialists Millet Sports to give away a fantastic Kookaburra Kahuna 600 Short Handle cricket bat.
<b>COMPETITION NOW CLOSED</b>
Cricket365 have joined forces with sporting goods specialists <a href='http://www.milletsports.co.uk/' target='_blank' class='instorylink'><b>Millet Sports</b></a> to give away a fantastic <a href='http://www.milletsports.co.uk/cricket/bats/adult/kookaburra-kahuna-600-adult-cricket-bat/' target='_blank' class='instorylink'><b>Kookaburra Kahuna 600 Short Handle</b></a> cricket bat.
'This is your chance to take home a legendary branded bat that has been personally endorsed by great players like Michael Carberry, Phil Hughes and AB de Villiers.
'By entering this competition, you too can claim your right to this high-performance bat and follow in the footsteps of these cricketing giants.
'Kookaburra bats are renowned for their imposing sweet-spots, super spines and formidable thick edges.
'Whether you're an aspiring cricketer or just looking to up your game, this is a stroke maker that will deliver on quality and performance every game. All eyes will be on you as you take to the pitch with this stylish and innovative piece of kit.'
Bat the competition by entering today. All you have to do is answer the following question…
<b>Which South African batsman uses the Kookaburra Kahuna 600? (Hint: his first name is AB)</b>
Email your answers to: <b>email@example.com</b> – and the winner will be announced at 10: GMT on 19 December. We promise not to give your details to anyone, including those awful affiliate marketing companies, and will send the bat to anywhere in the world.
Meanwhile, congratulations to Tshepang Makhubedu, Natasha Peens, Markus Heyns, Sean Davids, Felene Govender and Willy Harzon, who entered our recent DVD competition and each won a copy <i>The Road To No.1</i> – 'a wonderfully compiled documentary that showcases the incredible seasons that have seen the Proteas Test Team assume top spot in the International Cricket Council rankings.'
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