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January 2, 2007
Happy New Year to everyone and hope you've been enjoying the festive season more than the turkeys (and we don't just mean England).
Cricket never stops of course - and neither do our Ashes competitions - which could provide some cheer for any beleaguered England fans out there, or extra cheer for Aussie supporters.
This time we've got three more prizes for five lucky winners. If you're Aussie, you'll love the Amazing Adelaide DVD, (yep, the second Test highlights have already been rush-released); if you're a Pom you may want to console yourself with what could have been by playing the latest cricket game from EA Sports (for PCs) and wherever you're from you'll love Boonie and Beefy.
But remember you don't get something for nothing, not in this game. So, to win these prizes you have to answer our question which is....
As at January 2, when was the last time hundreds were made by both openers in an Ashes Test - and which pair struck them?
If you think you know the answer - and you may want to check the site to see if you're right - then email us with your name and address and of course the answer.
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