Trust Appoints Former England Cricket Captain To The Board Of Trustees

Former England cricket captain, Chris Cowdrey has been confirmed as member of the Board of Trustees.

During his career, Chris played for Kent and Glamorgan and made his Test debut for England in 1984 against India in Mumbai.He captained England on one occasion and played his last Test against the West Indies at Leeds in 1988.

Chris was also a captain of Young England, England Schools and England Under 19’s, and a career in Cricket was a predictable route for the eldest son of one of the great names of the English game – Lord Cowdrey of Tonbridge C.B.E (Colin Cowdrey).

Trust Chairman, Paul Dimond said: We’re thrilled that Chris has accepted the opportunity to join us. Chris has a wonderful background in world cricket and we look forward to working with him to strengthen our links with the game and the local community.”

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