The Ashes is fast approaching! Joe Root will be competing for England again in his 7th Ashes as Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes' men will be looking to secure a famous victory against Australia this summer. 
To celebrate the upcoming series, the R66T Academy are running a competition where the winner will receive a R66T Academy Technique Training Bat signed by Joe Root! 
It's very simple to enter. All you need to do is guess how many runs Joe Root will score in the 2023 Ashes series. If you are the closest - or even manage to guess correctly - you will win a signed piece of merchandise. 
The R66T Academy Technique Training Bat aims to improve your batting skills, hand eye coordination and ball striking - which is perfect for net sessions and pre-game throw downs to take your game to the next level! Check out the Technique Training Bat by clicking here
Entries for this exciting competition must be made by Wednesday 21st June.  
Plus, all entrants will also receive 10% off their next R66T Academy Coaching Aids order. 
This competition has now closed. 
Terms and Conditions 
Only one entry per person. The closest guess as to how many runs Joe Root has scored throughout the 2023 Ashes Series will win the signed bat. In the event of two or more entries who have chosen the same correct/winning number, those entries will be added to a seperate draw where a winner will be chosen at random. The winner of the competition will be drawn and notified on Wednesday 2nd August.  
All rights reserved. The 10% discount can only be applied to the next R66T Academy Coaching Aids order made by the customer and can only be used once. The competition and discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion. 
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