11:11AM, Saturday 08 June 2019
Wentworth Country Club hosted its inaugural charity cricket day with legends including Kevin Pietersen, Michael Vaughan and Brian Lara on Sunday.
Eight teams, made up of Wentworth members, friends and families - each captained by one of the legends - played each other in a knock-out format.
Kumar Sangakkara’s team beating Michael Vaughan’s team by four wickets with one ball to spare in the final.
Live entertainment was provided by a steel band and food by Brigadiers and award-winning Mei Ume, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square.
The event kicks off a summer of charity activity, raising funds for ‘Impact: Driving for Change’, an exciting collaboration with the European Tour Foundation, the Black Heart Foundation and The Wentworth Foundation.
“I was honoured to be asked to be part of such a fantastic event. It was a pleasure to bring together some of the world’s best on behalf of Wentworth Club and
“The Black Heart Foundation and see the beginnings of what will prove a key event in the annual calendar. An overall great day out for all involved, said Kevin Pietersen.
The next event is the Captain's Charity Ball on June 30.
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