A cricket club is offering £100 to the first batsman who can hit a ball into Catherine Zeta Jones' back garden.
The chairman of the Mumbles Cricket Club in Swansea, Mark Portsmouth, put up the prize.
He said the batsman would also have to go and ask for the ball back to collect the £100.
The batsman would have to hit the ball 150 yards to reach the garden of the house Jones will use on visits to Swansea, says the Daily Mirror.
Mr Portsmouth said: "One big six could do it. It would have to be a massive hit but it is possible."
Wisden says the biggest hit was 175 yards - made in 1856.
Story filed: 08:11 Thursday 14th August 2003
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