Worcestershire Supporters' Association will again be staging their popular Fifty-Fifty competition during the 2017 season.

More than 800 members participated in the four draws this summer in which the prizes range from £50 to £500 for each draw.

It will again cost £20 to enter and would make an ideal Christmas present for someone to give to their loved one – especially if they are a Worcestershire supporter!

Profits from this competition will, as always, go towards the Ground Improvement Fund.

The late Association chairman Ken Mills MBE, who sadly passed away recently after holding the post for 41 years, was responsible for launching the competition.

Now Association committee member Dave Kennedy will be taking over the running of the Fifty-Fifty.

New Supporters' Association chairman Andrew Jenkins said: "The competition was very much Ken's baby.

"It has been a significant fund raiser for the Association through the years – and in effect the cricket club with the projects it has helped to fund.

"Dave has kindly offered to take over the running of the competition for 2017 and application forms will soon be available."

Application forms will be available in the near future from Dave Kennedy c-o the County Ground, New Road, Worcester, WR2 4QQ.

Anyone wanting to enter the competition should make cheques payable to the Worcestershire County Cricket Supporters' Association (WCCSA).

Dates will be announced when the draws will be held as soon as they are finalised.