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The East Riding Cricket Society Programme 2018 to 2019 East Riding Cricket Society returns to the King Billy this winter…

By Keith Teale , in About Cottingham , at October 4, 2011


The East Riding Cricket Society

Programme 2018 to 2019

East Riding Cricket Society returns to the King Billy this winter with another top-class programme. Two local stars lead the line-up: Mark Robinson OBE is the World Cup-winning coach of England Women’s Cricket; Yorkshire CCC’s Steve Patterson is the newly appointed Club Captain and will be joined by Chief Executive Mark Arthur and Commercial Director Andy Dawson. After swapping Test stardom for a prison cell, Chris Lewis has started afresh – playing club cricket, coaching, and sharing his remarkable, redemptive life story. Glamorgan all-rounder Malcolm Nash captained his county, scored the fastest B&H Cup century, coached in the USA … and fifty years ago made sporting history as the bowler hit by Sir Garfield Sobers for six sixes in a six-ball over – a first in senior cricket. Journalist and broadcaster Pat Murphy (BBC Radio 5 Live) has covered all the big cricket and football stories in a thirty-year career. Alan Butcher, ex-England opener and Surrey captain and coach, faced a very different challenge when he accepted an offer to coach Zimbabwe …

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No formalities – just come along and say hello.

£15
a year / £5 a meeting (deducted from subsequent 2018/19 membership).
 
Venue:
Brewery Bar, King William IV, Hallgate, Cottingham HU16 4BD – 7.45pm.

Raffle: top prizes monthly – including YCCC match tickets

Website: http://ercsoc.blogspot.co.uk/

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PROGRAMME 2018/19
2018
10 October: Chris Lewis
(Surrey, Leics, Notts & England)
14 November: Steve Patterson, Mark Arthur & Andy Dawson
(YCCC Evening)
12 December: Malcolm Nash
(Glamorgan)

2019
9 January: Mark Robinson OBE
(Northants, Yorks & Sussex; Head Coach, England Women)
13 February: Pat Murphy
(BBC Radio 5 Live)
13 March: Alan Butcher
(Surrey, Glamorgan & England; ex-Head Coach, Zimbabwe)