GALLERY: Youngsters get London 2012 fever at March Town Cricket Club’s Olympic festival

11:00 28 July 2012

March Town CC Cricket Festival.

March Town CC Cricket Festival.

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DOZENS of youngsters boxed, skipped and batted their way into the Olympic spirit at March Town Cricket Club this week.

The club’s festival, held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, saw a host of sports take place at The Avenue.

Cricket, hockey, football and boxing were all on offer alongside a series of Olympic challenges and games.

Visitors to the festival included Olympic torchbearer Ian Groome, members of the fire, police and prison services and coaches from March Amateur Boxing Club.

There was also a bouncy castle and all participants were given a goody bag.

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