Ignis Asset Management, sponsors of Middlesex CCC, invites you to smash the world's best bowlers around Lord's and register your scores to win fantastic prizes!
Each week you have the chance to win tickets, signed bats and memorabilia in the build up to this year’s Ashes series. Click here to join the action
While the aim of the game is to post the highest score, you don't need to top the leader board to win a prize. All players who register a score during the week will be entered into the weekly prize draw, with winners notified by email.
You can play as many times as you like to keep improving your score - competitions will run weekly until Sunday 30 August 2009.
Prizes for professional advisers:
- A cricket bat signed by the MCCC team including current international cricket players will be awarded to a lucky stick cricketer each week (a competition week starts at 00.01am on a Monday and ends at 11.59pm on the following Sunday).
- Middlesex County Cricket Club shirts are up for grabs in a monthly prize draw - teams of two or more will be eligible.
- Anyone who posts a score at any time - whether it's low, high or just plain mediocre will be entered into the grand draw to win the nets session with the Middlesex County Cricket Club team at Lord's in September. There are 12 places available, with each winner allowed to bring a guest - so don't forget to post your score when prompted to register for the draw. Anyone who does not post their score will not be entered into the prize draw.
IFAonline has been joining in the action! We want to see if you can beat the scores set by our staff.
Thomas Peterson Marketing 207 / 4
Brad Chuck Online Sales 172 / 7
Hysni Kaso Editorial 170 / 4
Bryan Verster Online Sales 151 / 9
John Bakie Editorial 150 / 6
Martin Horlington Rich Media Sales 142 / 9
Once you’ve posted your score on the Stick Cricket leaderboard send us a message on the comments section below
Good luck and happy slogging!
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