Kingfisher have announced the launch of their Drone Catch World Cup and are looking for participants from ten nations to attempt to break the world record for catching a cricket ball from a drone.
On July 13, 10 fans will take part in the competition at Wormsley Cricket Ground where the winner will not only have the chance to break Alyssa Healy’s drone catch world record (currently 80 metres) but they will be rewarded with a day at the Gray-Nicolls factory in East Sussex and given a handmade bespoke cricket bat.
All ten participants in the final will be given a case of Kingfisher Beer and a personalised signed shirt.
2/2 To apply, email in 50 words or less explaining why you should be chosen along with which country you’d like to represent to email@example.com
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To enter the competition, write in with 50 words or less to firstname.lastname@example.org about why you deserve to be selected as one of the 10 participants.