Bramhall Bash at Bramhall Cricket Club 17th June 2016

8 Jun 2016

The Bramhall Cricket Club will be hosting the Bramhall Bash – a 20/20 cricket match and charity fundraising event on Friday 17 June in aid of 1000 Hearts for Harry as the Bramhall XI take on a PCA England Masters XI.

The Bramhall Bash is going to be an action packed summer afternoon and evening of great entertainment when Ashes winners Steve Harmison and Simon Jones, joined by Mark Ramprakash, Paul Nixon, Alex Tudor, Vikram Solanki, Glen Chapple, Neil Fairbrother, Usman Afzaal, Dominic Cork and Devon Malcolm take on the Bramhall XI.

Stephen Harmison, PCA England Masters Team, said,

“We are really looking forward to meeting the players, members, guests and fans at Bramhall Cricket Club on the 17th June. The PCA England Masters love to get together for these days and each one is unique but always enjoyable. We have felt very welcome on previous trips to Cheshire but we know that the cricket will be competitive, so we will be bringing a few of the big guns and hoping for another great day.”

The T20 match which starts at 4.45pm is the feature event but there is plenty more happening across the day including a hospitality marquee, junior tournaments and coaching sessions with the players as well as bars, eateries and refreshment tents, bouncy castle and face painting to keep the children amused. Mike Toolan who hosts the breakfast show on Key 103 will compère the event and live entertainment will continue after the game late into the evening with the Gillan Edgar band.

Club Chairman, Ian Milligan said,

“ We are extremely excited to be hosting such an amazing and ambitious event to assist with the fundraising for the club including the refurbishment of the net facility as well as a major future development of the clubhouse but alongside the club fundraising objectives, we are aiming to raise over £15,000 for the charity 1000 Hearts for Harry which seeks to raise awareness of undiagnosed heart conditions in the young and to offer early diagnosis and support to families.”

The charity 1000 Hearts for Harry was created in the memory of Harry Dubois was founded by Harry’s family and raises much needed funds to support local heart screenings for young people aged 14 – 35. Harry’s family’s aim is to raise £35,000 per annum to fund over 1,000 local screenings every year.

General Admission
Gates open at 3.30pm in time for the start of the T20 action which starts promptly at 4.45pm.

Tickets are £7.50 for under 16s and £12.50 for adults.

Ground admission tickets can be purchased in advance from Eventbrite by clicking here.


Bramhall Cricket Club will also be hosting a sportsman dinner on Tuesday 14 June with Nigel Redman and a Ladies Day on Saturday 18 June


Sportsmans dinner - Nigel redman Ladies Day - Bramhall Cricket Club









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