Chris Tarrant leads celebrity cricket game in Frocester
TV presenter Chris Tarrant is president of The Lord's Taverners XI
Chris Tarrant is to lead out a celebrity cricket team for a charity match in Gloucestershire.
The TV presenter, who is president of The Lord's Taverners XI, will be in the county to face a Gloucestershire Legends team at Frocester Cricket Club.
Proceeds from the match, which takes place on Thursday, 1 July, 2010, will go towards helping disadvantaged and disabled youngsters.
The Lord's Taverners XI will include England's legendary bowler of the 1990s, Devon Malcolm, along with former England player Neil Burns.
They'll also be joined by former Gloucestershire RFC players, England's Daren O'Leary and Scotland's Don Caskie, James Bond actor Colin Salmon, commentator Miles Harrison, former Gloucestershire star Andy Stovold and cricket correspondent for The Sunday Telegraph, Scyld Berry.
The Gloucestershire Legends team includes former English all-rounder Mark Alleyne, former batsman and wicketkeeper Andrew Brassington, England batsman Simon Hinks, former badminton player Mike Tredgett as well as Dom Hewson, Gary Sainsbury, Mike Smith, Nick Trainor and Chris White.
The Lord's Taverners is the official charity for recreational cricket and the UK's leading youth cricket and disability sports charity.