Harmison to join fellow England Masters stars Ramprakash, Jones and Hoggard at Woodhall Spa

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Ashes hero Steve Harmison has completed the line-up for the PCA England Masters side who visit Woodhall Spa next week.

The Durham born fast bowler, who now does a lot of television punditry work for Sky, will take his place at Jubilee Park on Wednesday, June 1, alongside fellow 2005 fast bowling aces Simon Jones and Matthew Hoggard.

The Masters side, who are led by current England Test batting coach Mark Ramprakash, will have a feared bowling attack at their disposal for the Twenty20 clash which gets underway at 3.30pm.

As well as Harmison, Jones, and Hoggard leading the seam attack, the Masters will also field Melbourne Cricket Ground legend Dean Headley and the Oval’s assassin Devon Malcolm.

The event, sponsored by Crowders Nurseries of Horncastle, has been organised to provide a fundraising effort to further boost the club’s junior and disability sections and 
facilities.

Three of the PCA England Masters will oversee a junior session at the ground prior to the corporate lunch which will consist of an auction of a range of highly impressive lots.

Woodhall secretary John Luffman, who will oversee the organisation of the day, is hoping the event will provide another memorable event for the club and village.

He said: “Through our very good relationship with Ed Giddens we have managed to secure the services of the PCA England Masters for the day.

“We will actually be the first fixture of their season and everyone is looking forward to coming to our wonderful ground.

“The day promises to be a superb sporting and entertaining occasion for all cricket and sport lovers and I urge everyone not to miss out.”

Entrance to the public is £6 per adults and £4 for concessions all with free parking.