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Early birds capture cut price tickets to hear David Gower speak at the league dinner

Early birds capture cut price tickets to hear David Gower speak at the league dinner

David Gower has confirmed his availability to be the guest speaker at the league's annual dinner which is being held at the Queen's Hotel, Leeds on Friday, November 18.

Gower is one of English crickets greatest players and has been one of the leading television commentators on the sport for many years.

Tickets for the dinner can be obtained for the Early Bird price of £36 each provided they are purchased by next Friday, October 7. After that the price will be £38 per ticket.                      

As in previous years each club is required to buy a minimum of five tickets. If they are purchased before Friday it will cost them £180. After the deadline that rises to £190.

Any club that purchases a table of 10 before Friday, October 7 will be charged £330 instead of £360.

The price inludes a three course menu plus tea or coffee and chocolates.

Starter: Plum Tomato & Basil Soup (v) (ve)  (gf) with Pesto oil
Main Course: Olive Oil & Rosemary Glazed Breast of Chicken (gf) with Pesto infused tomato sauce 
Baked Fillet of North Sea Hake (gf), White wine, prawn & parsley cream sauce 
The above main courses above are served with Chef’s selection of potato & seasonal vegetables

Leek & Wild Mushroom Risotto (v)(ve) (gf), Dressed rocket & pea shoots, crispy fried leeks & onions 

Dessert: Clementine Tart , Caramel flavoured ice cream, chocolate sauce

Freshly brewed coffee and tea with chocolates.

If anybody would like further details about the dinner they should email: secretary@bradfordcl.com
If you have any queries about making payments email:

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