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The 4th Edition of Cricksmas Hit-Out brings hope to Cricket growth in Anambra State (Read Details Here)



Cricksmas Hit-Out which is a name coiled from Cricket and Christmas is now forth time of holding the event in Anambra state with the purpose of bringing both old and new cricketers in the state together as well as have reflection on the past cricket season and prepare for the coming season.

This year’s edition brought hope to cricket development in the state which will give wider expansion of the game of cricket to every sphare of cricket growth targets.

The event which saw the presence of pioneer cricketers of the state as well as old and new players led to an extensive discussion on how everyone should put hands to give back to cricket after having a fun-filled cricket soft ball competition in the cricket pitch.

The event which was empowered by Anambra State Cricket Association held at Bishop Crowther Seminary Awka on 24th of December, 2021 saw the support of some of the business brands owned by Cricketers like Luxury Event Cacerer, Zeenucx Dzigns, kratox Alpha Solar, Aproko Republic, and also from other Cricketers and lovers of Cricket in and outside the state.

2022 Cricksmas Hit-Out is going to be more than 2021 own as the committee ended the event with a big thanks to all that Supported with cash, provisions and presence.

see pictures and video below.

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Vincent Onyegaegbochi Okoye (born 23rd April) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur and a librarian. Born and raised in a Catholic Family from NRI in anaocha local Government Area of Anambra state, Nigeria, Graduated from Delta state university, Abraka, in the year 2018 where he studied Library and Information Science.

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