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Kent County Cricket Club has awarded 'Treddy' a Testimonial in 2017 which will feature many fantastic events to raise money for James and his chosen charities. Details of all these events and more can be found below.

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Kent County Cricket Club has awarded 'Treddy' a Testimonial in 2017 which will feature many fantastic events to raise money for James and his chosen charities. Details of all these events and more can be found below.

Events

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02July

KENT XI v KENT LEAGUE XI

Gravesend CC, The Bat & Ball Ground, Wrotham Rd, Gravesend DA11 0QP
  • 12.00pm
  • £400 per table of 10

A TWENTY20 Cricket Match on SUNDAY 2ND JULY 2017. The Kent side is likely to include players such as JAMES TREDWELL, GERAINT JONES, MATT WALKER, SAM BILLINGS, MARK EALHAM, DARREN STEVENS & JOE DENLY.

The day includes a curry lunch, auction, raffle in a marquee on the ground.

For tickets & further information please contact:
Tim Hance on 07979 805580/ tim@hrh.uk.com
or
Rob Lister on 07736 858750/ rob@randbs.co.uk

22July

Folkestone CC Summer Ball

Three Hills Sports Park, Cheriton Road, Folkestone, Kent CT19 5JU
  • 7.00pm
  • £50 per head or £450 per table of 10

Folkestone CC, Treddy's home club where it all began, are hosting a summer ball at Three Hills Sports Park. Enjoy drinks, canapés and dinner followed by live comedy and a fantastic auction. All with your host, David Fulton

This promises to be a fantastic evening comprising of plenty of laughs, good food and fundraising for great causes.

Order and pay for your tickets here.

10Aug

Shepherd Neame Brewery Dinner

Shepherd Neame, Visitor Centre, 11 Court Street, Faversham ME13 7AX
  • 6.30PM
  • £40 per head or £350 per table of 10

Shepherd Neame are kindly sponsoring a dinner for Treddy's Benefit Year. Come and enjoy a great evening in the depths of Britain’s Oldest Brewer.

Hosted by David Fulton. The evening will begin with a brewery tour followed by dinner then a Q&A with 'Treddy's Stumpers' featuring wicket keepers Treddy has played with over his career including Geraint Jones, Sam Billings and Adam Rouse.

11Aug

Shoot and Blast

Greenfields Shooting Grounds, Sturry Hill, Sturry, Canterbury, CT2 0NG
  • £1400 per team of 4

A sporting day with George Digweed MBE (multi-World and European English sport shooter clay-shooting Champion) on Friday 11 August 2017.

Meet at Greenfields shooting ground in Canterbury for BBQ lunch. Afternoon of clays for teams of 4 with an exciting flush sequence at the end. Afterwards leave for the St.Lawrence ground where all competitors will have hospitality in a designated marquee whist Kent tough it out in a T20 group game vs Hampshire in part of the Canterbury festival week.

15Aug

Sandwich 8 a-side

Sandwich Cricket Club, The Butts, Strand Street, Sandwich, Kent CT13
Sandwich 8 a-side
  • £TBC

Sandwich CC host a fun day of cricket in an 8 a-side competition on Tuesday of their cricket week which will last the day with food, beer, entertainment etc.

16Sept

Kent on a plate (and in a glass)

Kent County Cricket Club, The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence Ground, Old Dover Rd, Canterbury CT1 3NZ
  • £70 per head or £650 per table of 10

A fine dining experience at The St Lawrence Ground Canterbury Home of Kent County Cricket Club to celebrate things produced in Kent. Wines, Gin, Beer and Cider will all supplement a 4 course meal consisting of fish, beef, fruit, veg and cheese all sourced from the Garden of England. The menu will be devised and cooked by award winning chef Ricky Smith currently resident at the Brasserie at the Lodge at Princes Golf Club.

18Oct

End of season Dinner

Grange St.Paul’s Hotel, 10 Godliman Street, London, EC4V 5AJ
  • 6.15pm
  • £110 per head or £1000 per table of 10

Join Treddy at The Grange St Pauls on the 18th October for his Marquee event. A fine 3 course meal with sporting questions with a pre Ashes feel.

Special guests include Michael Vaughan, Graeme Swann, Eoin Morgan and Robert Key.

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Merchandise

James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 Tie

James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 Tie

£20.00 + £3 P&P

Premium quality 100% silk tie with "JT" monogram plus Invicta horse and 3 Lions emblem.

To order email Kirsty on kirsty@treddytestimonial2017.co.uk

James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 Brochure

James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 Brochure

£5.00 + £3 P&P

Full colour brochure packed with interesting articles and pictures submitted from high profile names from the cricket world.

To order email Kirsty on kirsty@treddytestimonial2017.co.uk

James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 Signed cricket bat

James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 Autograph Bat Signed by Kent Team

£50.00 + £3 P&P

A minature autograph cicket bat embossed with the testimonial logo and signed by the entire 2017 Kent squad.

To order email Kirsty on kirsty@treddytestimonial2017.co.uk

James Tredwell Testimonial Signature Presentation

James Tredwell Testimonial Signature Presentation

£150 with collection or £165 with P&P

Main picture shows Tredders (53) congratulating wicket-keeper Jos Buttler on stumping Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara for Treddy's 50th ODI wicket for England. Pic is signed by all three players. The montage also features a complete scorecard for the game + a report of the dismissal & Buttler's record breaking century in this game. Only 25 prints have been produced (professionally framed under perspex).

To order email Kirsty on kirsty@treddytestimonial2017.co.uk

Profile

County testimonials are designed for cricketers like James Tredwell, who will be Kent’s beneficiary in 2017 after more than a decade and a half of selfless and loyal service to the club. A true man of Kent, he has also represented England with distinction across all formats.

With two Test, 45 ODI and 17 T20I caps to his name, Tredwell can be very proud of his international career, although he is not alone in believing that England’s selectors jettisoned him prematurely following the disastrous 2015 World Cup campaign in Australia and New Zealand.

Ranked in the top 10 of ODI bowlers worldwide at the height of his England career, Tredwell has long been recognised as one of the most effective limited-overs spinners in the domestic game. Indeed, Robert Key was vocal in calling Tredwell the leading English slow bowler in one-day cricket well before his debut in the national team arrived in 2010.

Tredwell has played more than 500 matches for Kent in all cricket since making his debut in 2001, when his maiden first-class wicket was Leicestershire’s Aftab Habib. He has taken more than 400 first-class wickets now, plus almost another 400 in the limited-overs arena, where his calm under pressure is most revealed. In addition, with the bat, he has scored more than 4,500 first-class runs, including four hundreds, and more than 2,300 one-day runs.

Looking back at his whole career, however, for Kent and for England, he has never let county or country down.

Alastair Cook

I think Tredders or as he is more affectionately known 'Tricky', is one of my all time favourite cricketers. What you see is what you get! No frills, no fuss, just gets on with the job in hand and most importantly very tricky when you are facing him.

Alastair Cook England Test Captain
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45
Test Runs
163
ODI Runs
32
T20I Runs
4,544
First Class Runs
1,807
List A Runs
497
Twenty20 Runs
11
Test Wickets
60
ODI Wickets
7
T20i Wickets
419
First Class Wickets
267
List A Wickets
124
Twenty20 Wickets

Charities

Crohns & Colitis UK

Crohns & Colitis UK

The UK’s leading charity in the battle against Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Founded as a patients’ association in 1979, it now has 29,000 members across the UK.

These aren’t just people who have Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) – members also include their families and friends, health professionals and others who support its work. They’ve helped set up 50 Local Groups across the nation. These arrange educational meetings, generate publicity and organise fundraising.

Find out more
PCA Benevolent Fund

PCA Benevolent Fund

The Benevolent Fund is part of the Professional Cricketers’ Association’s commitment to helping former and current players and their dependants in times of hardship and upheaval, or to readjust to the world beyond the game.

Few careers carry so much uncertainty as that of a professional cricketer. The demands of playing any sport for a living leaves little time to consider and plan for unforeseen misfortunes in the future.

Find out more

Sponsors

A big thank you to all the companies, organisations and individuals who have supported Treddy's testimonial. To find out about becoming a sponsor please email kirsty@treddytestimonial2017.co.uk

Social Media

Photos from James Tredwell Testimonial 2017's post Thanks to KCCC Head Coach Matt Walker for joining Tredders at Tuesday's JTT17 Coaching Clinic with the lads from his alma mater: King's School in Rochester.
Thanks also to Kent Cricket, the Spitfire Ground and GroundStaff for kindly hosting the ...
Back slaps to @WWMartin_Ltd, @ChartHills & @AdgerBrown for hosting a great day's golf/dinner/auction. Tks to… https://t.co/INW0nsF7V0
RT @WWMartin_Ltd: Hole markers for our putting competition on the practice green today! Winner to be announced soon @cCharthills @PGASouth…
RT @WWMartin_Ltd: Players and guests sitting down for a well earned good meal @Charthills for @Treddy2017 ProAm. Enjoying the air con! http…
Photos from James Tredwell Testimonial 2017's post Many thanks to Kent Cricket for their continued support. Our latest Treddy Testimonial event flyers specially designed for the Big Screen at the Spitfire Ground. Thought we'd share them with you here. We look forward to seeing you at these ...
Photos from James Tredwell Testimonial 2017's post Thanks to all players & supporters who turned up at our T20 match at Gravesend CC today. Esp tks to Tim & Rob and GCC. Great food, great weather, great game & a great time had by all. Also thanks ...
Timeline Photos Looking forward to a sunny afternoon today at Gravesend CC (Bat & Ball Ground) for the JT17 T20 match between Tredders' Kent XI and a Kent League Select XI. Cricket starts at 2pm. All welcome.
A Unique Sporting event for JT17: Shoot & Blast hosted by multi World Champion George Digweed MBE on Fri 11 Aug. BBQ lunch followed by afternoon of clay pigeon shooting at Greenfields in Sturry, followed by full hospitality at Spitfire ...
DON'T MISS OUT! Latest JT17 events for your diary. Loads of different, fun-packed things to do from Clay Pigeon shooting with George Digweed to Gourmet Kent Cuisine and some cricket, cycling & golf days + lunches & gala dinner. Look ...

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Contact

Benefit Office

Kirsty Walder
23 Gardners Close,
Ash,
Kent CT3 2AG
07581 191474
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