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Cricketing royalty to regale fans with tales of old and fish and chip supper on pier

Weston Midweek (England) – The golden age of Somerset Cricket Club will be celebrated on the Grand Pier next week.

Summary

  • The golden age of Somerset Cricket Club will be celebrated on the Grand Pier next week.
  • An evening with Brian Rose and former players will be held on May 24 at 7.30pm.
  • The event marks the 40th anniversary of Somerset County Cricket Club’s Gillette Cup Final victory over Northamptonshire, the first trophy win in their history.
  • Brian, Somerset’s captain that season, will be reunited on stage with a number of other former players, including Sir Ian Botham one of the greatest all-rounders in cricketing history, Vic Marks and Andy Caddick, while Somerset star Peter Trego will compere.
  • The night opens with a fish and chip supper before Brian and his fellow speakers take to the stage to present a fascinating insight into the club.

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