• June 10, 2022 - June 10, 2022
  • 3:30 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Bramhall Cricket Club, Church Lane, Woodford, SK7 1PQ
  • From £5

Do you want to see if Monty Panesar is now faster than Dominic Cork?

The second Bramhall Bash in aid of 1000 Hearts for Harry is here!

Bramhall Cricket Club take on The England PCA Legends team in a T20 game at The Richard Cragg ground.

The England team includes Jonathon Trott, Monty Panesar, Dominic Cork, Ryan Sidebottom and hopefully Darren Gough (he is still deciding if he is brave enough to come to this side of the Pennines).  The team is captained by England fast bowler Alex “Bambi” Tudor.

  • Date: Friday 10th June 2022
  • Time: Match starts 4.45pm
  • Venue: Bramhall Cricket Club, Church Lane, Woodford, SK7 1PQ
  • Adult ticket: £10
  • U18’s ticket: £5
  • Early bird tickets: £20 – 2 adults and U18’s before 28th May
  • Booking: Click here for tickets > Eventbrite
  • Facebook Event: BCC Bramhall Bash 2022

The game starts at 4.45pm and gates open at 3.30pm.

Alongside high quality food concessions, there will be multiple bars, music and dancing for all in the Marquee until 10.30pm and we are grateful to SIA Group for their headline sponsorship.

Pre-game entertainment:

Join a couple of England players sharing their England stories with a welcome drink and sit down buffet from The Damson Tree

  • Time: 1pm – 3.15pm
  • Venue: The Clubhouse
  • Cost: £40

Marquee tables:

Marquee tables are available for small groups and individuals, and include an England player on your table!  A great opportunity to chat with the England players in a relaxed atmosphere, tickets include:

  • Welcome drink
  • 3 course meal
  • England player on your table
  • 1000 Hearts charity auction (including ‘money can’t buy’ lots)
  • Keep your marquee table for the whole day
  • Lunch 12.30pm – 4.30pm

Marquee tickets:  £125 or £150

For Clubhouse or marquee bookings email > [email protected]  or [email protected]org

1000 Hearts for Harry is a local charity founded by the Dubois family in memory of their much loved son Harry, who died suddenly aged 17 due to an undetected heart condition. Monies raised support free local heart screenings for 14 – 35 year olds

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