Former Portsmouth players will be among those who'll don their cricket whites for a charity cricket match in memory of a popular local sportsman who passed away after suffering from MND.
Ex Pompey boss Andy Awford and Havant manager Lee Bradbury will play in the match at Ridge Meadow in Hambledon on Sunday at 1pm.
They'll be raising money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association in memory of former Portsmouth and Waterlooville player Kim Manns.
After passing away aged 61, Manns raised £30,000 for MND Research.
Other well-known faces set to take part include Guy Butters and Jason Dodd.
Entry to the game is free and auction lots include shirts signed by Hampshire and Middlesex, David Gower, Ian Botham, Ian Smith, David Lloyd, Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton.
Please be aware of the roadworks which have closed the main road through the village.