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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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19Nov

Tredders Testimonial Football Match

Folkestone Invicta Football Club, Cheriton Road Sports Ground, Folkestone CT19 5JU
End of season Dinner
  • 12pm Kick Off
  • Free entry - although donations are welcomed on the day,

John Tredwell Memorial match in support of James Tredwell Testimonial 2017, Crohns and Colitis UK and the PCA Benevolent Fund.

There will be several of the current Kent County Cricket Club playing squad, former pro footballers including Andy Hessenthaler, Ian Hendon and Nicky Southall.

Shane Gore from Wingate FC who went to school at Southlands on the Marsh with James will also turn out aswell as many recognisable former Folkestone players of yesteryear.

It will be free entry although donations are welcomed on the day, after the match we will end up in the Stripes club to remember John Tredwell and all he did for sport in the area where food will be served and a raffle drawn.

John played over 1000 matches for Folkestone Town ran the youth team and reserves in a 40 year association with the club. He also played cricket for both the Ashford and Folkestone town clubs aswell as Brookland on the Romney Marsh.

Promises to be a great day and lots of fun to be had.

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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.

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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

RT @niallnobiobrien: Tred is a serious keeper. Walksie a player can control a game @mattwalker275 and @DaveTavFulton a fancy player in the…
RT @kentcricket: Kent cricketers to play @Treddy2017 memorial match at Folkestone Invicta FC on Sunday ⚽️- free entry for a great cause!
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Looking forward to a great family day out & a fun game of football at Folkestone Invicta in memory of Tredders' dad… https://t.co/hh4zL3ItGe
Folkestone Cricket Club Stars of Cricket & Football in Charity Match tribute to John Tredwell
James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 shared Folkestone Cricket Club's post.
RT @KENTSPORTSNEWS: Kent spinner James Tredwell is looking forward to donning his football boots in memory of his late father. https://t.co…
Photos from James Tredwell Testimonial 2017's post Latest team news for Tredders Testimonial Football match on Sun Nov 19th at Folkestone Invicta with Kent Cricket stars + pro footballers.
(Players & positions subject to change)

The day is in memory of Tred's dad John - a much-loved ...
Kent Sports News Kent spinner James Tredwell is looking forward to donning his football boots in memory of his late father. http://bit.ly/2iC8vAH
James Tredwell Testimonial 2017 shared Kent Sports News's post.
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Contact

Benefit Office

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