Batfast is glad to have been part of theLord’s Taverners charity cricket game in Maidenhead. On the 27th of August, we travelled to Maidenhead to be part of a fantastic event for a great cause.
Lord’s Taverners are the Uk’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity whose objective is to give young people a sporting chance.
BBC DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles and Strictly Come Dancing winner and McFly band member Harry Judd were all part of the event. Former cricketers Andy Caddick, Chris Cowdrey and Neil Smith were also at the event to play cricket.
Our simulator gave spectators the chance to face current English bowlers like James Anderson and Stuart Broad. We are glad to have been part of the event and promote the game of cricket to everyone.
We were thrilled to have you try the BATFAST Cricket simulator. We also hope you all enjoyed it thoroughly and would be keen on trying it out again. The simulator will be brought along to many other events around the country this summer. Please invite your friends along see who can be the best amongst yourselves.
Your Videos from the event
You can now watch your videos at the bottom of the blog. Be sure to download them and share them on social media with your friends and family (using the #BATFASTCC) if you feel were any good :).
As mentioned on the day, we rent our cricket simulators for corporate entertainment, cricket team events like open days or fan zones, and birthday parties too. Please feel free to forward our details to anyone you may feel is interested as well or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to get in touch directly.