A spot in Herschelle Gibbs's LMS T20 team alongside former Scotland stars!

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On Friday 21st April, a Herschelle Gibbs Select team will take on the current Scotland LMS Champions at Titwood.  The team will be packed full of current and former international stars - with one space remaining available for you to bid for - to be Herschelle Gibbs's Vice Captain and right hand man on the night!

The match will take place at ICC approved international venue Titwood in Glasgow at 5pm against Fulton's Flyers, the current LMS Scotland Champions.

This once in a lifetime prize also includes the following:

A playing spot in Herschelle's team.
A limited edition shirt, signed by your internationally capped team mates.
A seat at Herschelle's table for the 3 course sit down dinner following the match.

All proceeds from the auction will go towards junior cricket participation in the West of Scotland.


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A playing spot in Herschelle's team!
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