Mat Collis
22nd October 2018

Barry Wood replaces Farokh Engineer at Cricket Society meeting

The meeting, which starts at 8pm, will be held at Edgbaston and Warwickshire members, friends and guests are very welcome to attend.

Former England opener Bary Wood is the guest speaker for the next Midlands Branch of the Cricket Society meeting, which is taking place on Tuesday 23 October.

Wood, who played 12 Tests and 13 ODIs including the inaugural World Cup in 1975, replaces Indian wicket-keeper Farokh Engineer who sadly had to pull out.

The Yorkshireman, played first-class cricket for his home countyy in 1964, for Lancashire from 1966 to 1979, and for Derbyshire from 1980 to 1983, where he was captain for three seasons.

The meeting, which starts at 8pm, will be held at Edgbaston and Warwickshire members, friends and guests are very welcome to attend but are asked to support the raffle.