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Zoe Salmon hits them for six to help cancer research

PUBLISHED: 16:56 25 August 2009 | UPDATED: 16:23 07 September 2010

With London in the grip of Ashes victory fever, TV presenter Zoe Salmon put on her best cricket whites to play mannequin for the day in aid of a Marylebone charity this week. The glamorous former Ulster-born Blue Peter presenter spent the morning modellin

With London in the grip of Ashes victory fever, TV presenter Zoe Salmon put on her best cricket whites to play mannequin for the day in aid of a Marylebone charity this week.

The glamorous former Ulster-born Blue Peter presenter spent the morning modelling in the window of the Cancer Research UK charity shop, Marylebone in a bid to increase stock donations.

The cricket shirt Zoe modelled is a replica of the shirt the England Cricket players wore at The Oval as they celebrated a history-making Ashes win on Sunday.

Ms Salmon wanted to remind everyone that Cancer Research shops can be a good spot to find cricket memorabilia.

She said: "Everyone is justifiably going cricket mad at the moment, but if people were as enthusiastic as the English Cricket Board about donating stock to Cancer Research UK's shops, we could help raise funds to beat cancer.


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