Northamptonshire CCC is delighted to announce today the first 12 inductees into the club’s new Hall of Fame.
The project – being officially launched at Wantage Road on Friday April 20, to coincide with the first day of home Specsavers Championship cricket this season – aims to honour in a tangible and permanent way those individuals who have given outstanding service on or off the field.
The initial choices have been made by Matthew Engel and Andrew Radd, co-authors of NCCC’s official history.
Further nominations will now be sought from shareholders, life members, season ticket holders and supporters – and a further three inductees announced at the club’s annual dinner at the end of the season.
The only stipulation is that no-one shall be eligible for admission to the Hall of Fame whilst still an employee of the club.
Booklets containing the details of the first 12 inductees can be found in the club shop, supporters hut and season ticket holders lounge, as well as information as to how to nominate.
The club plans to install a permanent Hall of Fame display in the Spencer Pavilion with photos and information about all the inductees.
Anyone wishing to make a nomination for the next group of inductees can do so by filling in a form available at the County Ground, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
These will then be unveiled at the End of Season Dinner on Friday 28th September. If you’d like to reserve your space, please contact the Commercial Office on 01604 514455 or email email@example.com