Freddy & Crofty

Flintoff Confirmed for December 12th Manchester Dinner. 
in association with the Steven Croft Testimonial 
MSC. Wednesday, December 12th. 6-9pm. 
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff has enjoyed the sort of career both in sport and beyond that most of us can only dream about.  
One of the most high profile cricketers in the world Freddie was also one of the greatest all-rounders England has ever produced.  
He played in 79 test matches bagging 226 wickets and scoring 3,845 runs, and if these figures are not impressive enough, he produced many match-winning performances, notably during the 2005 Ashes-winning series. He also captained England and played in 141 one day internationals as well.  
His career post cricket has been equally successful. 
A captain in the popular, James Corden-hosted "A League of Their Own" on Sky One TV, he has also featured in various other shows including "Freddie Fries Down Under," "Cannonball," the very frank and honest "The Hidden Side of Sport" and much more.  
Now he looks forward to being one of the co-hosts of the BBC's "Top Gear" next year.  
Come and meet Freddie over pre dinner drinks, enjoy a sumptuous three-course dinner, a night of good fun and networking, and a Q&A with the main star. 
The dinner is in association with the Steven Croft testimonial year and Steven, Freddie's Lancashire cricket teammate for many years, will be there on the night as well. 
Tickets: £80 + VAT for members, £100 + VAT for non members. 
Tickets can be purchased on the website 
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Alex Diver

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