Join the Lord’s Taverners for a night of pre-World Cup fun

Players and supporters travelling to Cape Town for the Over-50s Cricket World Cup in March can get some pre-tournament inspiration from the likes of David Gower and Mike Gatting.

The former England captains, along with fast bowling duo Andy Caddick and Gladstone Small, ex-England rugby stars Rob Andrew and George Chuter, and tearaway former South African bowler Vincent van der Bijl, will share their stories at a Sporting Legends dinner at the famous Kelvin Grove club next to Newlands Cricket Stadium on March 7, four days before Over-50s World Cup kicks off.

Renowned South African television presenter and funnyman Dan Nicholl will MC the evening on behalf of Lord’s Taverners South Africa, who are raising funds for the various charities they support, including the Table Cricket initiative for the mentally and physically disabled.

The Proteas Veterans who will be competing at the Over-50s World Cup have booked two tables at the event which promises to be an evening of great food, great laughs and great memories, and the perfect precursor for what promises to be a fantastic tournament!

Costs are R1 200 per person, or R10 000 per table of 10 (R12 500 per table of 10 including celebrity), which includes pre-drinks, a three course meal, and wine.

For more information or to book your spot, contact Ruth Mackenzie

Email: ruth@imergeconcepts.com

Phone: +27 (0)82 886 2818

Or contact Over-50s Cricket World Cup organiser Roger Moult

Email: info@vcasa.co.za

Phone: +27 (0)76 080 3468