Former England and Yorkshire cricketer Michael Vaughan will be the guest in Town’s White Rose Club this Saturday.
Vaughan, who captained his country to the 2005 Ashes, will entertain guests in the suite ahead of the 3pm kick-off.
The former batsman now commentates for BBC Radio 5 Live and is a lifelong Sheffield Wednesday fan.
Entry into the White Rose Club lounge on Saturday is £100 + VAT per person and below is what the package includes:
* Dining in the White Rose Club Lounge
* Executive match seating on the half way line UT of the Direct Golf UK Stand
* Unreserved car parking (1 bay per 4 guests)
* Three course pre-match meal
* Wine with lunch
* Match Day Magazine
* Half time tea and coffee
* Pre-match Q & A with invited guest in the White Rose Club Lounge
* Post match Man of the Match presentation
If you are interested and would like to book a place please call Town’s Commercial Manager Tracy Nelson on 01484 484 141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Vaughan bio:
Michael Vaughan OBE is a retired cricketer who has represented Yorkshire and England. Vaughan was ranked one of the best batsmen in the world following the 2002/03 Ashes, in which he scored 633 runs, including three centuries. He was also the captain of the England team when they regained the Ashes in 2005, eighteen years after having last won the trophy.
Following on from the 2005 Ashes victory, the entire England cricket team was awarded the Queen’s New Years’ Honours, with Vaughan being honoured with an OBE and his team-mates with MBEs.