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Charity bowling session for lung care

Mark Pidgeon with one of his 40 opponents, Dan Mousley. Picture submitted

Mark Pidgeon with one of his 40 opponents, Dan Mousley. Picture submitted

Kenilworth Wardens’ spinner Mark Pidgeon smashed his way to victory with a 12-hour charity bowlathon at the club’s Glasshouse Park home.

Pidgeon delivered nearly 200 overs to over 40 batsmen during the indoor net charity ‘bowlathon’ in aid of the British Lung Foundation - including friends and wife Claire.

The former Warwickshire 2nd XI slow left-armer said he was delighted with the support he received and the £400 raised for the charity following the death of a close friend.

He said: “I got involved with the foundation when Vicky Garratt, a good friend of mine, died from lung disease aged only 33. It is a fantastic charity, so it’s nice to be able to help.

To make a donation online, visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/duffyandgarratt

 

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