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Much as we’d like to spend all day writing about cricket, our paid jobs have to come first (in theory); therefore we’re always on the lookout for help. If you’d like to write something for us, whether it’s a feature article or just your thoughts on recent or upcoming events, we’d love to hear from you.

Of course, we can’t guarantee we’ll publish everything we receive (and we might do a little editing here and there) but we’re a broad church here at TFT. All views are welcome (within reason). Feel free to email your completed articles to james@thefulltoss.com. If you’d like to run an idea past us before you start writing, that’s fine too.

Oh, we should also mention that we can’t pay you. Sorry! We run this blog for love not money.

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4 comments

  • In 2005 I was fortunate to be at Old Trafford for the final day of the Test Match against Australia.
    The price of a ticket was £5.
    Sadly many people had to be turned way.
    The “crowds” have been very poor for the Test Match against India at the Rose Bowl.
    Why then charge £15 for the final day of a match that was likely to finish before lunch .
    .–which of course it did.
    Did spectators have to pay £15 for car parking too?
    It should have been £5 and free for children.

  • An extremely late comment on this – the Series is finished and summer almost over.
    Agree completely about ”last day” entrance prices. The marketing guys need to tune in on what’s happening in this country. As I understand it, the Park & Ride scheme, which is excellent and I used it on the Monday of the match, was not in operation for the Ageas on the final day. That would have deterred a lot of people – and in fact left them stranded as there seemed no prior notice on this. No parking at the ground unless you are a member or a corporate for the day.

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