Former England captain and legendary broadcaster David Gower OBE will be the special guest speaker at this year’s opening season lunch, which will take place at Emerald Headingley on Wednesday 1st April.

Gower will share stories from his time in cricket, which has seen a stellar career stretching 117 Test matches for his country, followed by an 18-year career in broadcasting. The batsman, known in his day as one of the most elegant players on the circuit, amassed 8,231 Test runs placing him fourth on the list of England’s all-time Test run-scorers. Widely regarded as one of the finest voices in sports broadcasting, the veteran of 18 Test hundreds hung up his microphone for the final time at the end of last summer’s Ashes series at the Oval and is sure to entertain with stories about his travels around the world.

Date: Wednesday 1st April 2020
Venue: Emerald Headingley Stadium – Room details to follow shortly
Timings: 12pm for prompt 12:30pm Start, 4:00pm approximate finish
Price: Yorkshire CCC Members – £42 Including VAT, Non-Members £49 plus VAT
Dress Code: Lounge Suits

To book your place please email [email protected] or call the events department on 0344 504 3099 and select option 2.

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