Friday, June 25, 2021

PCA: Prior, Swann and Ramprakash lead Festival of Cricket line-ups

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Trio among first 14 names confirmed to appear at this summer’s event.

Matt Prior, Graeme Swann and Mark Ramprakash are among the first 14 former England stars confirmed to be appearing at the Professional Cricketers’ Trust’s Festival of Cricket this summer.

The trio will appear in a one-off exhibition match between the PCA England Legends and a Sir Paul Getty XI at Wormsley, on Friday 30 July. The full list of confirmed names so far is as follows:

  • Ali Brown
  • Andy Caddick
  • Nick Compton
  • Geraint Jones
  • Simon Jones
  • Sajid Mahmood
  • Phil Mustard
  • Monty Panesar
  • Matt Prior
  • Mark Ramprakash
  • Owais Shah
  • Ryan Sidebottom
  • Graeme Swann
  • Alex Tudor

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With eight former international players still to be confirmed, you can secure your spot for a day of food, drink, entertainment and cricket via our ticket portal.

A celebration of the players, the day will kick off with a T20 fixture between the Barmy Army and a cricket media XI.

Following this, on-field entertainment will run alongside net sessions with past and present players, before the Legends and the Sir Paul Getty XI take to the field to do battle at the scenic Buckinghamshire estate, recognised as one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world.

Here’s how you can support the Trust by joining us at the Festival of Cricket between 10.00 – 19.00 BST on Friday 30 July:

Ticket options:

  • General Admission (Adult) – £30
  • General Admission (Children 5-16) – £10
  • General Admission (Under 5) – Free
  • On-Site Parking – £2

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Tables in the VIP marquee are also still available, and you can contact our Head of Fundraising Kathryn Ford at kathryn.ford@thepca.co.uk for more information.

The Professional Cricketers’ Trust supports PCA members and their immediate families when they need it most. Since 2015, the players’ charity has supported 426 individuals in the area of mental health alone.

Following a Covid-impacted year which led to an estimated annual fundraising shortfall of £140,000 for the Trust, the need for your fundraising support has never been greater.

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Find out more about the Professional Cricketers’ Trust.

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