The latest edition of ‘Legends Between Wickets' (LBW), was held recently in the Lord’s Cricket Ground, London. Cricket legends Sourav Ganguly and Nasser Hussain had a face-off reminiscing their on and off field experiences. Both shared their fond memories of Lord’s.
The current BCCI President Sourav Ganguly first came to the Lord's as a young 21-year-old and hit a century on his Test debut against England in 1996. He even led team India to victory in the NatWest series in 2002 at Lord’s. Nasser Hussain who played his final Test against New Zealand at Lord's in 2004, scored 34 and 103 not out, making the winning runs.
This event which was conceptualised by ITW Playworx UK raised funds for the British Asian Trust, brought a delightful evening for guests, sponsors and cricket enthusiasts wherein they interacted with the cricket legends and cherished the golden cricket era. The Charity of choice, the British Asian Trust was founded in 2007, by HRH The Prince of Wales and a group of British Asian business leaders, to tackle widespread poverty, inequality and injustice in South Asia.