Cricket After Dinner Speaker
Cricketer turned official, Chris Broad has also dabbled within broadcasting. An opening batsman, Broad played in 26 Test matches and 34 ODIs for England, scoring six centuries throughout that time. Part of the 1986/87 Ashes’ winning team, Broad made his debut during 1984 against the West Indies at Lords. Progressing through pretty much all aspects of Cricket, Broad has an extensive knowledge of the game, a skill which makes him a desirable and demanded keynote and cricket speaker.
Lawrence Dallaglio OBE – England and Wasps Rugby Legend. After-Dinner and Motivational Business Speaker.
Lawrence Dallaglio was born in Shepherd’s Bush, London in 1972. He was educated at Ampleforth College and was first spotted by Wasps while playing for the college at the Rosslyn Park 7’s in 1989.
Matt Dawson MBE is a former England Rugby Captain and a team Captain on BBC’s ‘A Question of Sport‘.
Born in Birkenhead, Dawson started his rugby career with Marlow and then moved to Northampton.
In 1993, Matt was a called up for the England Sevens team which won the first Sevens World Cup in Scotland.
Following a 16 year career as a professional footballer, Paul Fletcher has now become one of Europe's leading Stadium experts. He is former Chief Executive of the Reebok Stadium and the Ricoh Arena, and Commercial Director of Wembley Stadium. Paul believes the teamwork skills he learnt on the pitch are what has driven his success, and shares this insight with audiences through his keynote speeches.
Having started speaking at events back in 1998 at only 16 years of age, he has appeared at benefit dinners for many famous names including, Sir Alex Ferguson, Mark Hateley,Neil Lennon, Gordon Strachan, Artur Boruc, Lubo Moravcik and Maurice Malpas, he has also been the official guest speaker for the Clydesdale Bank SPL Awards Evening and The Scottish Sports Writers Dinner.
Cricket After Dinner Speaker
Australian Cricketer Peter Bowler is a former wicketkeeper batsman who finished his career scoring over 19,000 runs. Making his first-class debut in 1986, Bowler played for Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Somerset and Tasmania, retiring in 2004. A former professional sportsman, Bowler is now an accomplished and recognised Sports Speaker, focusing his efforts as a specific Cricket Speaker with the ability to deliver keynote and after dinner speeches.
Rob Andrew MBE was named as the Rugby Football Union's new director of rugby operations in March 2011 having served as the Rugby Football Union's elite director of rugby since 2006. England's most-capped Fly Half now shapes the RFU going towards the World Cup in 2015. His new position includes responsibility for overseeing tournaments and competitions, referee and coach development as well as sports science and medicine, and player welfare.