South Coast Taxis sponsorship bowls over local cricket club

Rottingdean Cricket Club players have been bowled over with their new shirts – thanks to sponsorship from local taxi firm South Coast Taxis.

South Coast Taxis, part of Taxi Brighton to Heathrow Airport, provided the adult and junior teams with their shirts for the 2013 season for the first time.

Nicky Stone, manager of South Coast Taxis, said: “We were delighted to help out and be part of this fantastic, long established club that plays such a valuable role in he local sporting community. “1334728136914528208

Nicky met Mark Smith, Secretary of Rottingdean Cricket Club, and the under 12s and under 13s players, coached by Sussex County Cricket Club coach Dan Westcott, at a training session.

Mark said: “It’s great to start a new season with brand new shirts. A big thank you to South Coast Taxis – we are very grateful for their support.”

Rottingdean Cricket Club has three teams who play in the Saturday Sussex Cricket League, plus two Sunday teams, a mid week and 20-20 teams, in addition to its youth section.

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Software: Fire OS is still all about Amazon’s content

We could talk all day about the Kindle fire HDX and the fact that it’s running the newest Fire OS, but the big story here when it comes to the HDX’s software is the Mayday button. You’ve seen it in the commercials.Amazon-Kindle-Fire-HDX-89-7

You’re having issues with your Kindle and then with just a tap of the screen, of the Mayday button, you’ve summoned an Amazon Tech Advisor in a matter of seconds, ready to help you navigate/fix your Kindle. So does all of that really happen? Can you really get a live Tech Advisor to help you with your Kindle whenever you want? We’re happy to report that it does and you can. Here’s what happened when I tried it out