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England batsman Kevin Pietersen is aiming to do his bit for the victims of the terrible flooding in Queensland, Australia, which has so far claimed 10 lives, with the death toll expected to rise.
Brisbane, Australia's third lagest city is virtually shut down and the outskirts have been cut off, as locals struggle to come to terms with the devastation.
Now, KP is holding a very speical auction to help raise funds for those affected, and it follows players from both sides in the opening Twenty20 in Adelaide, collecting money with buckets as the action was taking place.
On the speical Ebay page KP has set up, it reads "I am auctioning my Ashes shirt and bat as used in this year’s Ashes series, shown in the picture. I will personalise the bat to the winning bidder."
"I will also include 2 tickets to the last One Day International game in Perth on the 6th February, and the bidder will come and watch the team train the day before. I will also provide 2 economy return airline tickets from anywhere in the World to Perth and 2 night’s accommodation at a hotel in Perth for the 5th and 6th February. "
Please dig deep to raise as much as possible.
Please take time to visit the page, and if you know of anyone who wants to bid, please feel free to do so.
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