Friday, 18 October 2019

Meeting 13 November 2019 - Derek Pringle

Join Derek Pringle, former Essex and England all-rounder and leading cricket journalist, for an evening of anecdote, humour and insight - from the maverick 80s to the modern game. First chosen by England in 1982 while still at Cambridge University, Derek spent the next decade as understudy to the great Ian Botham, compiling a playing record that included 30 Tests, 44 One Day Internationals, two World Cups (including a World Cup final), six County Championships and numerous one-day trophies. He also witnessed at first hand a period of English cricket full of characters such as Botham, Lamb, Gower, Gooch, Lever and East. His recent memoir Pushing the Boundaries: Cricket in the Eighties has received much acclaim: '... a fascinating and hilarious read (Daily Telegraph); '... eye-popping and hilarious' (Guardian); ... funny, original and astounding, often all three ... [Pringle] has delivered with interest on his promise to avoid a bog-standard, self-serving work; if he pushed boundaries in his career he has flattened them completely with this honest addition to cricket literature (The Cricketer).'

Signed copies available - event price £8 (r.r.p. £10.99)  

Everyone welcome - no dress code, no formalities, just a great evening talking cricket

£15 a year / £5 a meeting 

Venue: Brewery Bar, King William IV, Hallgate, Cottingham HU16 4BD, 7.45pm 

Map: here 

Raffle: top prizes monthly - including 3 pairs of YCCC match ticket vouchers 

E: / T: 01482 861848

9 October: Nathan Leamon, England performance analyst; author of CricViz software, The Test and Hitting against the Spin: How Cricket Really Works
13 November: Derek Pringle, ex England & Essex CCC all-rounder; journalist and author of Pushing the Boundaries: Cricket in the Eighties + AGM 7.15pm 
11 December: Steve Kirby, ex Yorkshire CCC paceman, MCC Head Coach; now Derbyshire CCC Assistant Coach 
8 January: Richard Pyrah, Yorkshire CCC; ex all-rounder, now Assistant Coach 
12 February: Jonathan Doidge, BBC Radio; Yorkshire CCC ball-by-ball commentator 
11 March: John Barclay, ex Sussex CCC opener & captain; MCC President 2009/10; President, Cricket Society & English Schools Cricket Association; Director of Cricket & Coaching, Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation  

England analyst Nathan Leamon - October 2019