The High Sheriff of Bedfordshire Charity Cricket Match at Wardown Park helped raise over £8,000 yesterday as a number of famous faces took to the crease.
The likes of Monty Panesar, Zaif Saib and Steven Crook all took part, as well as the Town’s own Mick Harford – who pulled off one of the most remarkable catches ever seen (probably).
£8,300 was raised for the High Sheriff of Bedfordshire’s charity of choice, Crimebeat Bedfordshire.
LTICC finished with 285 runs from 40 overs, before Town commercial manager David Hoskins won the tournament for LTFC, finding a four with the last ball of the game, with LTFC finishing on 286.
A huge thank you to all who came down to show their support, as well as the competitors on a fantastic afternoon!