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32 members of the cricket media have accepted Fantasy Cricket Club’s invitation to compete against each other to try to win money for their nominated charities in the unique Fantasy Cricket Club 2002 Cricket Media Charity Challenge. The Challenge is based on our forthcoming Triangular Series Game which starts on 27th June.

Click here to take part in the Triangular
Series game and compete against the media.

For a bit of added spice, anybody who enters the Triangular Series Game and manages to beat the score of the winner of the Cricket Media Charity Challenge will win a copy of the latest edition of Cover Point video, so you will be competing directly against the experts! The News section of will follow the progress of all of the teams selected by our media experts, so you will be able to see exactly how your team is faring against those teams selected by them.

The members of the cricket media who are participating are:

    Nominated Charity:
Jonathan Agnew BBC t.b.a.
Peter Baxter BBC Metro Blind Sports
Jack Bannister Talk Sport Cancer Research
Colin Bateman Daily Express International Red Cross
Richie Benaud Channel 4 Sporting Relief
Scyld Berry Sunday Telegraph SOS Childrens Village
Geoffrey Boycott TalkSport RSPCA Barnsley
Stephen Brenkley Independent on Sunday t.b.a.
Simon Briggs Daily Telegraph t.b.a.
Chris Cowdrey BBC t.b.a.
Geoffrey Dean The Times Blue Cross
Mike Dickson Daily Mail NSPCC
John Etheridge The Sun Cancer Research
Gary Fitzgerald Daily Mirror t.b.a.
Angus Fraser Independent Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust
Bill Frindall BBC British Blind Sport
Peter Hayter Mail on Sunday Leukaemia Research
Richard Hobson The Times The Samaritans
Simon Hughes Channel 4 NSPCC
Stephen Lamb CricInfo Primary Club
Alan Lee The Times t.b.a.
David Lloyd Sky Blackburn Hospice
David Lloyd Evening Standard RSPCA
Vic Marks Observer/BBC CLIC (West Country)
Christopher Martin-Jenkins The Times/BBC MENCAP
David Norrie News of the World t.b.a.
Graham Otway Daily Mail Save the Children
Derek Pringle Daily Telegraph t.b.a.
Charles Randall Daily Telegraph National Animal Welfare Trust
Barry Richards Channel 4 Children in Need
Mike Selvey The Guardian/BBC SCOPE
Mike Walters Daily Mirror Cancer Research
Simon Wilde Sunday Times t.b.a.

So who have the experts picked? [View teams]

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