Buckets of fun at the cricket

2019-04-04 06:00
Sue Duminy and Vernon Philander spend time with their fans at the KFC Big Bucket.

Sue Duminy and Vernon Philander spend time with their fans at the KFC Big Bucket.

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KFC wrapped up the T20 international series with the Proteas snatching a 3-0 win from the Sri Lankan team. This was after nail-biting action at Newlands, SuperSport Park and Bidvest Wanderers respectively. With the series promising to be an exciting one after the Pakistan tour was concluded in February, it was only befitting that KFC brings back the #KFCBigBucket.

The return of the KFC Big Bucket was a result of the fans taking the opportunity to enjoy a game of cricket in the best seats in the oval while enjoying their favourite treats and sharing such unforgettable moments with friends and family. This once in a lifetime opportunity was awarded to fans that entered a social media competition and were randomly selected to be part of the fun that was in the KFC Big Bucket.

Over 100 people were hosted in the #KFCBigBucket where they were spoilt with mingling with their favourite Proteas players and some popular television and radio personalities. These included Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and JP Duminy as well as Thomas Msengana, Siv Ngesi, Kerry McGregor and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokeng.

Fans embraced the epitome of what KFC stands for, sharing a great time with friends and family while enjoying a great meal over good conversations and laughs. With the T20 international series having to come to an end, KFC remains committed to the development of mini-cricket through the mini-cricket programme which is the pipeline to the development structures of Cricket South Africa (CSA).

Pretoria cricket fan, Arnold Mitchell got to meet Neil McKenzie and spoke fondly of his experience.

“The experience was insane. I met a cricket legend and experienced a great vibe in the bucket. We spoke cricket with Neil and exchanged funny stories about our lives with him.”

KFC wrapped up the T20 international series with the Proteas snatching a 3-0 win from the Sri Lankan team. This was after nail-biting action at Newlands, SuperSport Park and Bidvest Wanderers respectively. With the series promising to be an exciting one after the Pakistan tour was concluded in February, it was only befitting that KFC brings back the #KFCBigBucket.

The return of the KFC Big Bucket was a result of the fans taking the opportunity to enjoy a game of cricket in the best seats in the oval while enjoying their favourite treats and sharing such unforgettable moments with friends and family. This once in a lifetime opportunity was awarded to fans that entered a social media competition and were randomly selected to be part of the fun that was in the KFC Big Bucket.

Over 100 people were hosted in the #KFCBigBucket where they were spoilt with mingling with their favourite Proteas players and some popular television and radio personalities. These included Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and JP Duminy as well as Thomas Msengana, Siv Ngesi, Kerry McGregor and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokeng.

Fans embraced the epitome of what KFC stands for, sharing a great time with friends and family while enjoying a great meal over good conversations and laughs. With the T20 international series having to come to an end, KFC remains committed to the development of mini-cricket through the mini-cricket programme which is the pipeline to the development structures of Cricket South Africa (CSA). Pretoria cricket fan, Arnold Mitchell got to meet Neil McKenzie and spoke fondly of his experience.

“The experience was insane. I met a cricket legend and experienced a great vibe in the bucket. We spoke cricket with Neil and exchanged funny stories about our lives with him.”

KFC wrapped up the T20 international series with the Proteas snatching a 3-0 win from the Sri Lankan team. This was after nail-biting action at Newlands, SuperSport Park and Bidvest Wanderers respectively. With the series promising to be an exciting one after the Pakistan tour was concluded in February, it was only befitting that KFC brings back the #KFCBigBucket.

The return of the KFC Big Bucket was a result of the fans taking the opportunity to enjoy a game of cricket in the best seats in the oval while enjoying their favourite treats and sharing such unforgettable moments with friends and family. This once in a lifetime opportunity was awarded to fans that entered a social media competition and were randomly selected to be part of the fun that was in the KFC Big Bucket.

Over 100 people were hosted in the #KFCBigBucket where they were spoilt with mingling with their favourite Proteas players and some popular television and radio personalities. These included Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and JP Duminy as well as Thomas Msengana, Siv Ngesi, Kerry McGregor and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokeng.

Fans embraced the epitome of what KFC stands for, sharing a great time with friends and family while enjoying a great meal over good conversations and laughs. With the T20 international series having to come to an end, KFC remains committed to the development of mini-cricket through the mini-cricket programme which is the pipeline to the development structures of Cricket South Africa.

Pretoria cricket fan, Arnold Mitchell got to meet Neil McKenzie and spoke fondly of his experience.

“The experience was insane. I met a cricket legend and experienced a great vibe in the bucket. We spoke cricket with Neil and exchanged funny stories about our lives with him.”

KFC wrapped up the T20 international series with the Proteas snatching a 3-0 win from the Sri Lankan team. This was after nail-biting action at Newlands, SuperSport Park and Bidvest Wanderers respectively. With the series promising to be an exciting one after the Pakistan tour was concluded in February, it was only befitting that KFC brings back the #KFCBigBucket.

The return of the KFC Big Bucket was a result of the fans taking the opportunity to enjoy a game of cricket in the best seats in the oval while enjoying their favourite treats and sharing such unforgettable moments with friends and family. This once in a lifetime opportunity was awarded to fans that entered a social media competition and were randomly selected to be part of the fun that was in the KFC Big Bucket.

Over 100 people were hosted in the #KFCBigBucket where they were spoilt with mingling with their favourite Proteas players and some popular television and radio personalities. These included Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and JP Duminy as well as Thomas Msengana, Siv Ngesi, Kerry McGregor and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokeng.

Fans embraced the epitome of what KFC stands for, sharing a great time with friends and family while enjoying a great meal over good conversations and laughs. With the T20 international series having to come to an end, KFC remains committed to the development of mini-cricket through the mini-cricket programme which is the pipeline to the development structures of Cricket South Africa.

Pretoria cricket fan, Arnold Mitchell got to meet Neil McKenzie and spoke fondly of his experience.

“The experience was insane. I met a cricket legend and experienced a great vibe in the bucket. We spoke cricket with Neil and exchanged funny stories about our lives with him.”

KFC wrapped up the T20 international series with the Proteas snatching a 3-0 win from the Sri Lankan team. This was after nail-biting action at Newlands, SuperSport Park and Bidvest Wanderers respectively. With the series promising to be an exciting one after the Pakistan tour was concluded in February, it was only befitting that KFC brings back the #KFCBigBucket.

The return of the KFC Big Bucket was a result of the fans taking the opportunity to enjoy a game of cricket in the best seats in the oval while enjoying their favourite treats and sharing such unforgettable moments with friends and family. This once in a lifetime opportunity was awarded to fans that entered a social media competition and were randomly selected to be part of the fun that was in the KFC Big Bucket.

Over 100 people were hosted in the #KFCBigBucket where they were spoilt with mingling with their favourite Proteas players and some popular television and radio personalities. These included Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and JP Duminy as well as Thomas Msengana, Siv Ngesi, Kerry McGregor and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokeng.

Fans embraced the epitome of what KFC stands for, sharing a great time with friends and family while enjoying a great meal over good conversations and laughs. With the T20 international series having to come to an end, KFC remains committed to the development of mini-cricket through the mini-cricket programme which is the pipeline to the development structures of Cricket South Africa (CSA). Pretoria cricket fan, Arnold Mitchell got to meet Neil McKenzie and spoke fondly of his experience.

“The experience was insane. I met a cricket legend and experienced a great vibe in the bucket. We spoke cricket with Neil and exchanged funny stories about our lives with him.”

KFC wrapped up the T20 international series with the Proteas snatching a 3-0 win from the Sri Lankan team. This was after nail-biting action at Newlands, SuperSport Park and Bidvest Wanderers respectively. With the series promising to be an exciting one after the Pakistan tour was concluded in February, it was only befitting that KFC brings back the #KFCBigBucket.

The return of the KFC Big Bucket was a result of the fans taking the opportunity to enjoy a game of cricket in the best seats in the oval while enjoying their favourite treats and sharing such unforgettable moments with friends and family. This once in a lifetime opportunity was awarded to fans that entered a social media competition and were randomly selected to be part of the fun that was in the KFC Big Bucket.

Over 100 people were hosted in the #KFCBigBucket where they were spoilt with mingling with their favourite Proteas players and some popular television and radio personalities. These included Lungi Ngidi, Kagiso Rabada and JP Duminy as well as Thomas Msengana, Siv Ngesi, Kerry McGregor and Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokeng.

Fans embraced the epitome of what KFC stands for, sharing a great time with friends and family while enjoying a great meal over good conversations and laughs. With the T20 international series having to come to an end, KFC remains committed to the development of mini-cricket through the mini-cricket programme which is the pipeline to the development structures of Cricket South Africa.

Pretoria cricket fan, Arnold Mitchell got to meet Neil McKenzie and spoke fondly of his experience.

“The experience was insane. I met a cricket legend and experienced a great vibe in the bucket. We spoke cricket with Neil and exchanged funny stories about our lives with him.”

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