Beefy's Big Bash. Ian Botham charity cricket match.

Adam Holliake - To celebrate his 60th birthday Ian Botham held a charity cricket game with his old mate Viv Richards and friends. They raised £110,000 for Leukemia & Lymphoma research. Add the previous days event and the combined total was almost a quarter of a million pounds at Wormsley Cricket Ground - Oxford, United Kingdom - Saturday 25th July 2015 (3 Pictures)


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