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NatWest 'secret cricketer' by Glue Isobar
Campaign Work, Wednesday, 24 August 2011 10:19AM
A new digital campaign for the NatWest Cricket Club features the former England captain Michael Vaughan undercover in a local club game.
The concept was by Glue Isobar, with PR by M&C Saatchi Sports & Entertainment, to showcase NatWest’s support for grassroots cricket via the club.
The footage features Vaughan playing in disguise as ringer "Gary Watson" at Goldsborough Cricket Club.
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