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October 19, 2009
Series/Tournaments: Australia tour of India
If you're a cricket fan in India and going to be watching the matches against Australia at the grounds, you could share your experiences with the world by writing about them for Cricinfo.
We are looking for volunteers to send us short reports of the fan experience at the upcoming matches. If you are going to be at any of the games (the schedule is here) - in Vadodara, Nagpur, Delhi, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Guwahati and Mumbai - you may be the person we're looking for. (Note: you do have to watch the games live at the ground in order to be able to write.)
Send us a brief note (under 100 words) about yourself, telling us what you do, specifying which city you're going to be in, and anything else you think may be relevant.
Unfortunately, we can't pay you for your efforts, but you will be read by a large audience, and we'll be happy to publish a thumbnail picture of you, and a brief bio, with a link to your blog or other webpage if any. Interested? Mail email@example.com.
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