Sachin Tendulkar to visit Hitchin

ONE of the world s biggest cricket superstars is coming to Hitchin this Sunday – and you could have the chance to meet him. Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar will be at Hitchin Town Hall from midday for a two-hour session thanks to a link up with Hitchin Cri

ONE of the world's biggest cricket superstars is coming to Hitchin this Sunday - and you could have the chance to meet him.

Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar will be at Hitchin Town Hall from midday for a two-hour session thanks to a link up with Hitchin Cricket Club.

Tendulkar, who has made a world record 39 Test centuries, will answer questions from his lifelong pal and current Hitchin overseas player Atul Ranade, as well as general ones from the gathered audience.

There will also be an auction for the chance to win signed memorabilia including an India ODI shirt and one of his bats.


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Those who come to this event will also have the chance to take home a signed picture of Sachin as a keepsake of the day.

The visit is part of Hitchin Cricket Club's attempts to raise the profile of the club and development of a colts section alongside the club's facilities.

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Tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity can be reserved in advance.

They are available from Dave Moore on 07733 116564 or Ian Mills on 07770 990074. Tickets cost £20 for adults and £10 for under-16s accompanied by an adult.

Any remaining tickets will be available on the door on the day.

The Raj Douth indian restaurant in Hitchin is sponsoring the event.

And little more than 24 hours later, one of the icons of English cricket, Graham Gooch OBE, is in Letchworth Garden City.

'Goochie', the former Essex and England opener and captain, is regarded as one of this country's greatest ever batsmen.

He is the guest speaker for a sportsman's dinner at Letchworth Rugby Club on Monday night. Call Peter Marsden for one of the last remaining tickets on 01462 835163.

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