Ashes reunion in aid of charity

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FORMER England captain Michael Vaughan has reformed the majority of the team who won the Ashes in 2005 for a charity match in Sheffield next week.

Vaughan, who was brought up in Sheffield and still lives outside the city in the village of Baslow, has organised a Twenty 20 match to raise money for youth cricket development and Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

Ex-cricketers Andrew Flintoff, Paul Collingwood, Matthew Hoggard and Steve Harmison will join Vaughan’s side at Sheffield Collegiate Cricket Club in Abbeydale on Tuesday, September 4. The match starts at 3.30pm.

For more information, ring Abbeydale Sports Club on 0114 236 7011, option 5.