2017 Cricket Paper calendar on sale now


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AS you continue to rip open the 24 tiny windows and guzzle down the chocolate hiding behind, leave some room over the next few weeks for a different kind of calendar.

Working closely with our army of top photographers, The Cricket Paper are proud to present to our readers our first ever calendar, in association with International Cricket Tours – and it’s yours for the fantastic price of just £5.99 including postage and packaging within the UK.

Why not have a real sense of cricket hanging on your wall all year round and welcome in 2017 in style with your favourite weekly paper? But this is far from your normal cricket calendar – and one you won’t find stocked in card shops!

We have delved down to find out what exactly it is that makes cricket great, bringing some outstanding scenery from around the grounds, celebrating the passion that really drives the sport we all love.

As a special offer, you can buy two of these fantastic calendars for £10 (inc P&P and all subsequent orders priced at an additional £5 each). All orders will be delivered by first class post.



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