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Transfers: All the moves as they happen
Updated: Friday, January 1, 2016 17:30
Mark Butcher
Mark Butcher with the Congs players and fans after taking part in the Plant Pot routine
Picture: Michael Laprocina


NatWest LogoThe Pudsey Congs supporters have been winning acclaim on social media for their non-stop singing and chanting throughout Tuesday's NatWest Club T20 finals day at Cardiff on Tuesday.

Even when their side hade suffered a five-wicket defeat in the day's first match they were the centre of attention as they put their backing behind the eventual winners Ealing.

Social media has been full of praise for their antics, in particular the Plant Pot on his Head routine which saw Sky presenter Mark Butcher and former England paceman Simon Jones don the plant pot.

Ealing's players loved the backing of the Pudsey Platoon of the Barmy Army. They said on Twitter, "Your supporters were brilliant. The plant pot was inspired."

Pictures of the Pudsey Congs fans at Cardiff

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