Lifetime friends David Gower and Chris Cowdrey, both former England cricket Captains are now taking off (not in a Tiger Moth) on a UK theatre tour.
To mark the 100 th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, the Lahore Trades Cup is once again going to be contested by Durham and Yorkshire County Cricket Clubs.
To celebrate this year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio, Active Sunderland will be hosting the City Centre Festival on Saturday 30th July, 12.00 – 4.00pm.
SCHOOLBOY cricketers have become the pride of Yorkshire after reaching the finals of one of the country’s most prestigious contests.
DURHAM cricketer Gordon Muchall will swap stumps for studies after being offered a teaching post at his old school.
Cricket legends, Sir Ian “Beefy” Botham and Shane Warne will be taking each other on in a unique golf challenge on Thursday 21 st July – playing one hole on 18 golf courses in one day, travelling to each by helicopter.
The former club of legendary England Test cricketer Sir Ian Botham will be immortalised in glass thanks to a unique collaboration between North-East schoolchildren and residents.
STAFF and students fostered international harmony with a quintessentially English game of cricket.
Skelton Castle Cricket Club has been able to purchase brand new equipment thanks to a charitable donation.
Young cricketers have driven home their reputation with an emphatic win over one of the region’s best teams, making them North Yorkshire champions for the third year running.
Scottish cricket ace, Kyle Coetzer, has joined the North East’s leading sports college, strengthening its cricket academy team and giving future sporting stars the chance to work with a world-class coach.
SCHOOLBOY cricketers are being bowled over by success after being selected to play at the top level.
A PASSIONATE cricketer has been knocked for six after being selected to play for one of the best counties in the country.
AWARD winning cricketers have been given new drive after securing places in a top development squad.