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Old Sedberghians are invited to attend Lancashire County Cricket Club’s match against Durham CCC at Sedbergh School, which starts at 11:00 on Sunday 30th June and ends on Wednesday 3rd July.

The OS Club is advertising two hospitality packages for members of the OS community who wish to attend. Please see below for details:

Exclusive Hospitality Package* – £60 each (or £500 for a group of 10)

  • Priority parking
  • Priority free entry + allocated seating with other OS
  • Tea & coffee on arrival in the Sedbergh enclosure
  • Exclusive buffet lunch in the Hirst Centre
  • Glass of fizz before the match + glass of wine with lunch (opportunity to purchase other drinks)
  • Afternoon tea in the Sedbergh enclosure

Booking Links: Day 1 – Sold Out (Sunday 30th June), Day 2 – Sold Out (Monday 1st July), Day 3 (Tuesday 2nd July)

Hospitality Package* – £30 each

  • Priority free entry + allocated seating with other OS
  • Private dining buffet lunch in The Black Bull Hotel
  • Glass of wine with lunch
  • Tea & coffee during breaks

Booking Links: Day 1 – Sold Out (Sunday 30th June), Day 2 – Sold Out (Monday 1st July), Day 3 (Tuesday 2nd July)

Please ensure you pre-book your tickets for either package by clicking on the links above. Tickets can be collected at the Bursary upon arrival. Parking for those with tickets for either package will be at the March Hill car park adjacent to the main entrance of the school. For further information or if you have any questions, please contact Benjamin Collins at or 07531469256.

The occasion marks the first time Sedbergh has hosted a first-class cricket fixture. Sedbergh School has well-established links with Lancashire Cricket through the Club’s Academy playing one annual 50 over fixture against Sedbergh’s First Team, whilst Lancashire age-group players Oliver Green (W), Evan Williams (S) and Tom Aspinwall (W) all currently attend Sedbergh School. OS Chris Sanders (E 10-17), who is studying at Loughborough University, is currently a bowler for Lancashire.

Headmaster, Dan Harrison, has commented: “We are delighted to work with Lancashire Cricket Club. Lancashire Cricket Club are keen to engage with Cumbria and it’s Cricket – Over the years, many cricketing youngsters have attended Sedbergh School and have gone on to play first-class domestic and international cricket. Cricket at Sedbergh School has never been more popular than it is now. Pupils are excited at the prospect of first-class cricketers playing on the same field they do every week.”

Martin Speight, former Durham and Sussex player and Head of Cricket at Sedbergh, explained the quality of cricket we see here at Sedbergh: “Sedbergh School has developed a very intensive all year round cricket programme giving its pupils the opportunity to play cricket at all levels from beginner to challenging nationally, reaching seven National schools’ finals in the past eight years and most recently culminating in the under 18s being crowned national T20 champions in 2017.”

“Current school captain George Hill (W), who has just returned from the England Young Lions tour of Bangladesh, won the coveted Cricket Society’s Wetherell Award for The Leading All Rounder in Schools Cricket for 2018.”

In addition to the school programme, the Easter and Summer 4-day residential courses run by Martin Speight give boys and girls, aged between 10-15, in-depth coaching in a challenging but fun environment. In recent years the courses have helped develop players who have gone on to play club, county, regional and national age group cricket.

For more information regarding the fixture, travel and all other matchday information, please visit the Lancashire Cricket Club website.

We look forward to seeing you there for this special occasion.