On Saturday 17 May 2014 the first Middlesex T20 Blast double header took place at Lord's and provided Middlesex the opportunity to give volunteers from local clubs the chance to get involved in our new and exciting initiative, the Pantherteers.
MCB are looking for volunteers aged 18 and above who are fun-loving, dynamic and passionate about the game of cricket to become part of the Middlesex Cricket Volunteering Team on big match day events. Should anyone like to be involved please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Juniors from North London Cricket Club acted as the guard of honour and match day mascots, whilst our team of volunteers were tasked with interacting with the crowd and giving out t-shirts to lucky winners.
We would like to thank Bibi Dandool (Harrow Town CC), Nehal Dave (Harrow Town CC), Harshil Trevedi, Stefan McKenzie (MCB), Khushali Patel (MCB) for their help in making the day a great success.
'I had a blast helping out at Lord's, the best part was to get the crowd cheering and dancing and of course shooting out t-shirts. Thank you Middlesex for giving me the opportunity to get involved with more cricket and to have loads of fun.' Bibi Dandool
‘The atmosphere was electric. Getting the crowd going and rewarding 'the chosen ones' with t-shirts was so much fun. If you were asked if you wanted to volunteer at a T20 Blast, Double Header at Lord's, you'd be a fool to turn it down. Fantastic opportunity! Can't wait to do it again!’ Nehal Dave
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