Bunbury XI to support Saracens Foundation

PUBLISHED: 12:30 15 August 2017

The world famous Bunbury XI are playing a match in aid of the Saracens Foundation this weekend

The world famous Bunbury XI are playing a match in aid of the Saracens Foundation this weekend


England and Middlesex’s Steven Finn is among those set to attend as the world famous Bunbury XI play a fixture in aid of the Saracens Foundation at Totteridge Millillians CC on Sunday.

The annual fixture between David English CBE and Saracens owner Nigel Wray is in its 25th year and the Bunbury cricket team has raised more than £17million for over 100 different causes.

Wray said: “It is a real pleasure and a honour to host Dr David English’s Bunbury team. I’ve known David over 50 years and we both share a huge passion for the game.”

The Bunbury cricket team includes stars from sport and entertainment and will feature Finn, former world boxinng champion Lloyd Honeyghan and football’s Barry Fry and Mick Harford.

Wray’s team will consist of many of Sarries’ European Cup winning stars including Jamie George, Tom Whiteley, Shaun O Brien, Neil De Kock, Steve Selwood and more.

Play starts at 2.30pm, see

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