Keltic Cricket Club Ties
Cheers to Egerton Park cricket clubs younger generation wearing Keltic cricket club ties at a league awards evening. The lads look extremely smart!
About the club
Egerton Park Cricket Club has a history dating back to 1882. Over more than 100 years the club has played host to Leicestershire County matches and an international ICC Trophy Match between Zimbabwe and Malaysia in 1984. The club offers cricket to all ages, across a range of abilities and has opportunities for local cricketers to play in a wonderful setting.
Why wear a Cricket club tie?
Cricket club ties are sometimes thought of as an ‘olden day’ requirement, rather the opposite for Egerton Cricket Club.
The players of Egerton Park wear their club ties with pride. They wear the club ties at past players and guest events (which were most recently held in July) and at remembrance and funeral events for members who at no longer with the club.
Cricket clubs are frequently investing in club ties as a form of branding for players. The ties are ideal for monthly meetings, dinners and presentations. They’re also a great way of advertising club promotions.
Geoff Goodson esq (Egerton Parks C.C) is in favour of the cricket club tie;
“I am pleased to say that wearing a Club tie at such events is making a comeback with the younger generation.”
Geoff Goodson esq (Egerton C.C) also said;
“We are very pleased with the quality of the material and the tie itself”
Pictured to the left is Chairman David Glover, with Stuart Broad. Stuart played for Egerton Park C.C from when he was 11 up until he made it into the Leicestershire 2nd XI. He now plays for England Cricket Team!
We hope you look equally as smart in your England Cricket tie.
Many thanks to Egerton Park Cricket Club and to England bowler Stuart Broad for sharing your pictures. We look forward to working with you again and wish Stuart the best of luck in the Ashes! For more information on cricket club ties visit our dedicated cricket club ties page here.