A Spot of Fun at CIHSE Brighton

Dan Jenkins of sister company ECD Architects presented Olivia Jackson of the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust with a cricket bat signed by Andy Strauss, England Captain, as the closest contester for the Spot the Ball contest at CIHSE Brighton.

With over 60 participants, the contest confounded even the most determined cricket fans with very few coming even close to correctly identifying the location of the cricket ball following its contact with the Australian cricket bat on the picture taken from “The Ashes 2010”.

Olivia’s placement of red dot 54, however, was a clear winner with Gemma Thiele of Mulalley’s red dot 49 coming near to being called second.

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