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Ashes 2009 - New Competition
21 Jun 2009
By: James Nixon

We are proud to open up our Fantasy Cricket competition for the Ashes 2009. In association with Codemasters, the winners will recieve a copy of their latest cricket game which is appropriately named Ashes Cricket 2009.

The Ashes starts on 8th July and finishes on 24th August.

For those of you that are new to the Fantasy Cricket concept, we would suggest you have a read through our Game Guide which explains everything to you. Remember once you create a team, you can even create your own mini competition exclusive to friends and family!

Once you are ready to go, head on in and Register and don't forget it costs you absolutely nothing! If you have registered in the past for Cricket Web Fantasy Cricket or Cricket Web CW Games, you can login to your account through the Fantasy Cricket frontpage.

1st Prize - A copy of Ashes Cricket 2009.

2nd Prize - A copy of Ashes Cricket 2009.

3rd Prize - A copy of Ashes Cricket 2009.

4th Prize - A Cricket Web Basic T-Shirt.

5th Prize - A Cricket Web Basic T-Shirt

Specific Details about the Competition

* Free no cost modifications until 8th July.

* 20 modifications allowed once the competition starts

* A captaincy change will cost 4 modifications. As explained on the Game Guide page, your captain earns you double points, but you also lose double points.

* Details on how you score points can be found on the Points Summary page.

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