Of all the sports that are played in Britain, it is perhaps cricket that best defines us and for which we are most renowned. The nature of the game means it can be played by young and old alike, which means that there are plenty of participants in all corners of the UK. Which of course means lots of social events and awards ceremonies!
Having a cricket legend host such an a event can really help the occasion go with a swing. A cricketer who has been at the top of the game and represented their country has had the privilege to visit a host of countries whilst on tour. As a result these cricket legends have plenty funny and often revealing stories to share at your private function.
Choose from some of the most instantly recognisable cricketers and hear what it is like to compete for The Ashes, take the wicket of the most feared batsmen on the planet and smash a demon bowler for six.
Former England Cricketer and star of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, Phil is the loveable rogue of English Cricket
Cricket legend regarded as the greatest leg spin bowler in cricket history.
Chairman of the England Selectors and regarded as the country's finest cricketing speaker with a wonderfully dry northern humour.
Andrew Strauss is among the world's most respected cricketers. Andrew finished his career in the top 10 leading run scorers for England in Tests, having passed 7,000 runs - hitting 21 hundreds in the process.
After making his Test debut as a 21 year old, Nasser Hussain quickly matured as a County and International cricket player, achieving success as a batsman of superior technique and the patience to build a big innings …
Darren Gough is a cricketing legend and winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2005. Darren was one of the most revered England cricketers of all-time. Before calling time on his career in 2008 Goughie specialised in …
Former Cricket legend Ronnie Irani became affectionately known to Talksport breakfast listeners as ‘Vernon’ after the TV personality Vernon Kay of whom he shares a strong Lancashire accent, whilst co-hosting …
Cricketing legend, sporting commentator, quiz show team captain and journalist.
When Stewart was in full flow, there were few who could compete with him. Relying on touch, he was in his element against the quick’s, cover-driving with a neat flourish and pulling with panache - most memorably …
Jeffrey Archer is a highly entertaining after dinner speaker who amuses his audience through accounts of his experiences in politics and his time as an author.
England Cricket Legend and Sky Sports Commentator.
Sir Ian Botham
Former Leicestershire and England Cricketer, BBC Cricket Correspondent Jonathan is one of the mainstays of Test Match Special
Former England and Yorkshire Cricketer
Captain of the national side at 25, and one of the most successful top-flight opening batsmen in the game, one of the golden boys of English cricket.
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff became the most feared all-rounder of his generation during an action-packed international career. Early on he became known as “Freddie” within the Lancashire ranks, a nickname which …