The Ashes Dinner Fundraiser
Richmond Cricket Club is delighted to invite you to a gala dinner fundraiser on 24th June 2023, at Old Deer Park, as part of the Ashes test series.
We are thrilled to have former England captain and cricket legend Allan Lamb as well as Middlesex Cricket Head of Performance Alan Coleman support the event and be our guest speakers!
Book tickets here!
Premium table tickets - £120 per person.
Individual tickets - £60 per person
Players ticket - £30 per person (discount available for limited number of tickets)
Corporate sponsor tickets - £150 per ticket (includes additional benefits)
Pagoda Room, Old Deer Park
Lounge suit / cocktail
The event will start from 7.30pm
About our speakers:
Allan Lamb (also known as Lamby) had an impressive international cricketing career. Spanning the decade 1982-92, Allan’s cricketing career included 79 test matches for England and 128 one day internationals. He captained England three times against the West Indies and Australia, and captained Northampton CC from 1989 to 1994. Allan scored 4654 test runs with 14 centuries and 33502 first class runs, scoring 89 first class hundreds. He won the accolade 'Cricketer of the Year' in 1980.
As well as having a famous sporting image, Allan is a popular persona and is indisputably witty and entertaining. One thing is for certain there is no shortage of stories of his journey to sporting greatness.
With an abundance of good humour and his unquenchable drive to live life to the full, this passionate business leader brings a completely fresh perspective.
Since 1998 Allan has been running his own successful Event Management, Sports, and Tailor-Made Travel Business, looking after clients and their corporate and private hospitality.
Alan Coleman is Director of Cricket for Middlesex Cricket, a role to which he was promoted in November 2021.
In his first full season, Middlesex secured promotion to Division 1 of the County Championship, having been relegated previously in 2017.
In January 2023, Alan also assumed the leadership of the Sunrisers professional women team, which sits under Middlesex Cricket’s banner, and he brings his wealth of knowledge and love of cricket to bear to further develop this fantastic team.
Alan is no stranger to top performance cricket and made his Middlesex First XI debut in a match at Richmond against Sussex in 2001, and went on to appear a number of times for the first team.
Due to frequent injuries he had to give up playing professional cricket. Upon finishing with Middlesex, Alan’s career turned to coaching and management, taking on a number of roles within the county before his current appointment to steer performance cricket at Middlesex.
Access our Fundraising site here
Access our fundraising site here to take part in our silent auction or to pledge a donation. The silent auction opens on 5th June and runs until 10pm on the night of the 24th June. Thee will also be a live auction at the dinner, with many unique prizes on offer!
It promises to be a night to remember. We cant wait to welcome you all to Old Deer Park and celebrate the incredible sport that is cricket!
Contact RCC Social Chair for more information