Alex Wharf, the former Glamorgan all-rounder and current First-Class umpire will be the first speaker in the popular series of winter talks, to be held using ZOOM, as part of the programme arranged for 2020-21 by the CC4 Museum of Welsh Cricket.
“An Evening with Alex Wharf” will commence at 1900 on Tuesday 20 October with a look back on the all-rounder’s career with Glamorgan (as well as Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire) during which he appeared for the Welsh county at the Benson and Hedges Cup Final at Lord’s in 2000, besides being a key member of the Glamorgan side which won the One-Day League in 2002 and 2004. Alex will also be reflecting on playing for England as well as his move into umpiring for the ECB, and his recent promotion into officiating in international cricket.
Attendance at the meeting will be free of charge with those wishing to attend being asked to register their interest by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday 17 October at the very latest. A confirmation reply will be sent out, together with further instructions.
Joining details for the meeting itself via ZOOM will be sent by email at approx. 1800 on 20 October. Attendees will be able to login from around 1845, allowing a prompt start at 1900. Please note that owing to issues over local bandwidth and meeting management, attendees will be asked to mute themselves once the meeting begins at 1900 and to also disable their camera facilities whilst listening to the discussion and watching Alex.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions – both on the evening itself and in advance, once again, by sending an email to email@example.com