Lancashire's Magical Season re-run confirmed
The DVD will be live screened at on Friday (8 May) as part of the Club's dedicated day to the 2011 Championship win
Lancashire’s Magical Season, the official DVD of Lancashire’s 2011 County Championship success, will be played live at 11:30am this Friday (8 May).
The DVD, which features exclusive insight and footage from across the season, will be shown as part of a dedicated day to the Club’s memorable title-winning campaign.
It will be available to watch on the Club’s Facebook and YouTube channels live from 11:30am, with a stream also available through the Lancashire Cricket website.
For those unable to watch on Friday, the DVD will remain available to view via the website for a limited time period.
As part of the day, Warren Hegg will also be joined by some of the 2011 squad for a special edition of Friday Night In, in association with Heineken.
Hegg will be joined by Championship-winning captain Glen Chapple, Gary Keedy, Simon Kerrigan, Karl Brown, Kyle Hogg and current Red Rose star Steven Croft.
The special edition of Friday Night In airs live on Facebook at 6pm the same day, with a full re-run available via YouTube and the Club’s website very shortly after.
The Club can also announce a series of other initiatives for Members and supporters to re-live that famous season nine years ago.
Spin Magazine celebrated the title-clinching efforts in the Autumn edition and supporters will be able to re-download it from the website. There are interviews with Peter Moores, Mike Watkinson and a number of features written by some of the journalists who followed Lancashire every step of the way.
Website picture galleries and a special 2011-themed quiz round off the activity on the day.
To mark the occasion, Max Books are offering 50 copies of the book ‘Champions: About Bloomin’ Time’ at a reduced price of £10, with proceeds going to the NHS.
Cricket writers Chris Ostick and Graham Hardcastle take you through all the highs and lows of the season and give a detailed insight into how Lancashire became Champions for the first time in 77 years.
To order your copy, visit the Max Books website.