Friday night saw Mott MacDonald, a global engineering, management and development consultancy, host a Connecting Clubs International T20 fundraiser in Cambridge.
With teams made up from the both the London and Cambridge offices, a glorious evening at the CASS centre greeted the players in a game played very much in the right spirit. With all players batting and bowling and with 5 runs lost for every wicket keeping track of the scores was, at times, a little tricky and the game was indebted to the scorer from the Cambridge office who did a remarkable job!
In the end, in front a cracking crowd of Mott MacDonald employees and a few boisterous workers from the near-by Cambridge University Press, the side containing CCI's very own Angus Berry came out on top. Performance of the evening came from Alex Henderson who showed his skills both with bat and ball to swing the game in his team's favour.
A BBQ followed and thanks to the generosity of players and spectators alike CCI raised a total of £387 towards work in Nepal.
CCI would like to thank everyone that took part in the game and in particular to James Knightbridge and Divesh Mistry of Mott MacDonald for organising and hosting the game. It was a cracking evening for all involved and talk of a repeat next season was on everyone's lips.