Win: KIA Super League Finals Day Experience

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Last summer over 15,000 fans helped make a HUGE success of the first KIA Super League, won by Southern Vipers. This year they're back to defend their trophy! From August 10th, six national teams will play eachother once in a league format, with the top three teams qualifying for finals day at the 1st Central County Ground in Hove on 1st September, and you can be there!

We're looking for mascots, for what promises to be a thrilling finals day at Hove. Do you know a child that woulid love to meet the captains, and walk out with the players - in front of the Sky cameras? 

To win four tickets... plus one lucky child to be a mascot, answer the following question:
As well as the standard Juice terms, the following apply. Second prize is four tickets to finals day at Hove, with one child to be the mascot for the final. Second prize is four tickets, with one child to be the mascot for the semi-final. Two winners will be selected at random. The prize is for finals day itself. Entries must be made by 23:59 on 28/08/17. Winners must comply with Sussex CCC terms of entry.

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