Sean Ervine's Sports Day

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Lot 1
£ 400
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Unique cricket coffee table
Lot 2
£ 270
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Rare framed photograph Hampshire vs. Notts 2006
Lot 3
£ 280
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Day on the Test for one rod
Lot 4
£ 130
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Bespoke made to measure junior bat
Lot 5
£ 220
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Imperial bottle of Madarin fine red wine
Lot 6
£ 60
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Made to measure walking stick
Lot 7
£ 150
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Golf at Swinley Forest with Sean & Nick Pocock
Lot 8
£ 100
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Piece of unique silver jewellery
Lot 9
£ 150
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6 rounds of golf at Pitt Cottage
Lot 10
£ 200
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Wine chat and cheese with James Tomlinson
Lot 11
£ 300
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Folding Teak Bar Table
Lot 12
£ 100
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Crescent Teak Bar Table
Lot 13
£ 100
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Signed Saints Shirt - Yoshida
Lot 14
£ 104
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Saints shirt signed by Rodriguez
Lot 15
£ 40
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Signed cricket ball - Eoin Morgan and Azhar Ali
Lot 16
£ 480
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Newlands cricket ground print signed by 30 players
Lot 17
£ 380
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Jack Russell print of Lord's cricket ground
Lot 18
£ 580
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Signed lithograph of Hambledon cricket in 1777
Lot 19
£ 200
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2 seats for youngsters in the T20 Dugout
Lot 20
£ 230
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Golf at Boundary Lakes with Sean and James
Lot 21
£ 100
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Signed South Africa bat
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