Redstor Partners Bowled Over By IT20 Event

Redstor Partners Bowled Over By IT20 Event

posted in Partners ● 27 Jun 2017

On Wednesday 21st June, Redstor invited a selection of partners to attend an action-packed evening of cricket at The Rose Bowl, Southampton. The partner focused networking event saw giants of international cricket England and South Africa face off against one another.

The T20 format ensured that the game highly explosive with wickets falling and sixes being smashed. The game was a competitively fought match between England and South Africa, with England coming out as victors beating the South Africans by nine wickets. Highlights included a 60-run knock by Jonny Bairstow, along with Mason Crane, making his international debut, was impressive in the middle overs, squeezing with county colleague and slow left-armer Liam Dawson. Between them, they conceded only 41 runs from eight overs.

 

This event continues a series of exhibitions, conferences and networking events that Redstor have attended and hosted throughout the year and won’t be the last to come. Redstor’s next networking focused event will be a second T20 event between county rivals Surrey and Kent and will take place in the internationally renowned Oval, on July 14th.

 

For those interested in attending the event please contact your dedicated Account Manager or contact, [email protected] for further information on this and future events. 

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