OFFICIALLY THE BEST TEAS IN THE COUNTY THANKS TO SANCHA AND INDIA
Winners of the 2015 Yorkshire Tea Great Cricket Tea Challenge
Part of the prize was the chance to host a game against the PCA England Masters.
And what a day it was.....the Masters teams was full of legends and Gatt was back for another tea
2005 Ashes winners Michael Vaughan, Simon Jones and Matthew Hoggard played along with Alex Tudor, Adam Hollioake, Mark Ramrakash, Neil Fairbrother, Dean Headley and local stars Paul Nixon, Darren Maddy and Usman Afzal
A large crowd descended into Main Street and they were treated to a special day.
The Masters batted first and racked up 206-4 from their 20 overs with Vaughan and Afzal both passing 50 and Maddy and Hollioake hitting the ball out of the ground.
Newtown scored 144-4 in reply with Dean Scaysbrook providing some entertainment going after Hoggard, Jones, Tudor and Headley as he passed 50 himself
The real stars of the show though were Sancha and India as they fed the players and the masses receiving compliments galore.....The PCA players saying it was one of the best teas they've ever had and Gatt saying it was the best tea he's ever had twice...
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